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About Goran Simic

Goran Simic is a Bosnian writer of poetry, plays and short stories. His poetry has been translated into more than twelve languages and was included in several world anthologies, such as Scanning the Century (Penguin, 2000) and Banned Poetry (Index of Censorship, 1997), and in numerous anthologies in Canada and the former Yugoslavia. His work has been featured in publications such as The Times Literary Supplement, The Paris Review, and Salmagundi. He is also the co-founder of PEN Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Articles by Goran Simic

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Behind closed windows: a discussion on the recent protests in Bosnia

The poet Goran Simic and the historian Srdja Pavlovic discuss the protests in Bosnia and what they mean for the future of the country.

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