The Zoran Živković Collection
Serbian author Zoran Živković has earned a devoted legion of readers around the world with his thought-provoking, surrealistic works, in a multitude of languages and editions.
Though it is too soon to crown Zoran Živković the new Borges, Seven Touches of Music makes him a leading candidate.—The New York Times Book Review
Too many of them are out of print in the English language today, and the Zoran Živković Collection will be available in hardcover, trade paperback, and electronic editions.
…unexpected beauty and surprise. […] Zivkovic is seeking to communicate something about the nature of life and death, of existence and non-existence, which bends perception into new and challenging shapes.—Strange Horizons
The first works to be published will be The Five Wonders of the Danube, only available in a limited multi-lingual edition from Zavod (Serbia), and The Papyrus Trilogy, bringing together the cases of Dejan Lukić, star of The Last Book and The Grand Manuscript, together for the first time the final volume of his metaphysical chronicles, The Compendium of the Dead.
…A curious liminality which seems inherent in his prose: there is always a sense of something else, and something other, at work in Živković’s worlds, albeit invisibly. He is a writer of subtlety, and of humanity.—Strange Horizons