Diagnosis: Writer

As I promised, here is an essay that went public on this link. The rough translation goes something like this. Perhaps you will agree, perhaps you won't.    You start out as a hobby, you want to see if you can write a novel. You read the book and it changed your life, so you're … Continue reading Diagnosis: Writer

Night time blabbering 300 meets Tomatoes

Every year, I pick the biggest, the ripest tomato I can find in my garden, carefully cut it open and pull the seeds out. I leave it on a piece of paper to dry out in the sun, scrape the seeds into an envelope and store it until the spring. This is how we save … Continue reading Night time blabbering 300 meets Tomatoes

“The guy from another league” by Kristina Gallo – book review

From the start, the author is playing with the motives of acceptable, and then it misleads us into thinking that everything is normal and sheds light on a rarely discussed topic of sex diseases. This segment is used to clarify the plot of the novella, shows us the vivid imagery of how it looks like … Continue reading “The guy from another league” by Kristina Gallo – book review

Legends of Sokobanja – An Alien Mountain Rtanj

Near Sokobanja is a mountain with very interesting features. I'm talking about Rtanj mountain (pronounced [r̩̂ːtaɲ]). A cone shaped terrain with naturally straight sides, it almost looks like it’s man-made. The highest peak is called Šiljak (the Pike) and it's decorated with a demolished chapel of Saint George the Dragon Slayer. On the northern side, … Continue reading Legends of Sokobanja – An Alien Mountain Rtanj