Dusan Velickovic, writer and journalist
Born: Sabac, Yugoslavia
1998- Editor and Publisher of Biblioteka Alexandria
1993-1997 Editor-in-chief of the leading Serbian weekly NIN which
became completely independent at the time being. Dismissed in 1997 and
that was the reason why journalists of the magazine went on strike for
a month and a half.
1990-1993 Literature in Exile series of books editor
1988 - University of East Anglia grant, Norwich, England
1983-1985 Literature Board of Australia Council grant, Melbourne,
Books: Campo Santo (documentary drama, co-author of), Belgrade
1977, Images of Doubt (interviews with European and American writers
and philosophers), Gornji Milanovac 1993, Amor Mundi: Days of Bombardment
and Martial Law in Belgrade. True Stories, Belgrade 1999, Melbourne, Australia
2001, Barcelona, Spain 2003, Internationale (novel), Belgrade 2002,
Portofino: My Life in Serbia, collection of short stories which
is to be published.
Essays: "Philosophy of Peace", "The Modern meaning
of Traditional Perpetual Peace Projects", "Kant's Legalism and
the Idea of Perpetual Peace", "Frank Moorhouse and capitalism
with Human Face", "Montenegrin Heidegger", "Libertarian
Short Stories: "History of My Father", "A Letter
to Friedrich Naumann", "Internationale", "Men in Dark
Suits", "Lenin On the Move"
Films: Lenin on
the Move (2003), Mortal Men, Immortal Crimes (2004), Djindjic:
A Life (2005)
Translations from English into Serbian: Charles S. Peirce, Pragmatism,
I.B.Singer, Lost in America, B.Wongar, Track to Bralgu
Essays, shorts stories and reviews have been published in "The Age
Monthly Review" (Melbourne), "Foreign Policy" (Washington),
'Lettre internationale" (Paris, Berlin, Prague, Bucharest), "Grazia"
(Milan), "Wiener Journal" (Vienna), "Sabesednik" (Moscow),
"The Washington Post" (Washington), "Kritik" (Copenhagen),
as well as in Serbian, Slovenian and Croatian journals.
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