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Magazin za književnost i umjetnost // Journal for literature and arts

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Maybe tomorrow, maybe next year

Last night, I set up a new set of floating shelves in my kitchen. Then, I cried. I cried because every time I make an improvement to my one-bedroom apartment in Washington Heights, I realize that the person I’m supposed to be sharing this apartment with is not here. Continue reading “Maybe tomorrow, maybe next year”

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The Trail

You see the trail during your first week in Singapore. If not impossible, it is certainly improbable – a slash of scarified green tissue running under a traffic interchange and continuing into the distance before abruptly turning a corner. Continue reading “The Trail”

Presenting: Masha Davidov

Masha Davidov, born in Tel Aviv in 1991, is the daughter of professional pianists and naturally had a musical education from an early age. Although she subsequently switched to the visual arts as her abilities began to show, Davidov never abandoned her musical studies  – she plays the piano and violin. Shifting her academic focus saw Davidov following in the footsteps of her famous Russian relatives Valentina Nechaeva-Chebakova, Nikita Chebakov, and Alexander Chebakov. Continue reading “Presenting: Masha Davidov”

How Sarajevo shaped me: forgiveness, poetry and the holy month

Ramadan has just begun this year—a time of restraint and self-reflection, a time where I intentionally build moments to return to myself amid the everyday chaos of living. Four years ago I was living in Sarajevo; my last month in the city coincided with the holy month. As a Muslim woman who grew up in America, I had never experienced this month with people who knew or celebrated Ramadan. Continue reading “How Sarajevo shaped me: forgiveness, poetry and the holy month”

Alexandra Osbourne: Dreamlike Delirium

Alexandra is a 25 year old artist from Barcelona. She’s a teacher of English, and Arts and Crafts, and she spends most of her time drawing, painting and writing.

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The Cow in the Bathroom

It’s a while since I realised there’s a test—a virtual checklist—for being a Sarajevan. I’m not a Sarajevan yet and may never check all the items on the list. Still, I know a few.

Do you keep live chickens out of the apartment? Continue reading “The Cow in the Bathroom”

A Scottish Girl in Sarajevo

Sarajevo meant a lot to me, means a lot to me still, my time there has shaped me, in fact. Everything I took for granted, every dream I was realizing; all painful laborious struggles. The warmth of every hearth I was drawn beside, every silently proffered plate of food; a realization of some eternal purities. Continue reading “A Scottish Girl in Sarajevo”

NEMA presents: Máire C. Ryan

Máire C. Ryan is a first class graduate of Religious Studies at the University of Edinburgh (2012). Upon graduating, she moved to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Continue reading “NEMA presents: Máire C. Ryan”

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