Darko Tuševljaković was born in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in 1978. Since 2002, his fiction has been published in literary magazines and anthologies in Serbia and elsewhere in the Balkans. In 2004, he was awarded the Lazar Komarčić Award for short fiction. Tuševljaković is the author of two novels and a collection of short stories. His books have been shortlisted for some of the most important Serbian national awards for fiction. In 2016, his novel Jaz (The Chasm, the Serbian winner of the European Union Prize for Literature) was shortlisted for the NIN Award for the best novel of the year, the most prestigious literary award in Serbia. His third novel, Jaegermeister, was published in 2019. He lives and works in Belgrade.
About the translator
Ema Pandrc (1992) was awarded her BA and MA in English Philology at the Faculty of Humanities, Novi Sad, where she is currently a PhD candidate. She has translated poems by the contemporary artists Faruk Šehić and Dragana Milenković for the international poetry portal Lyrikline into English. She has also published works by David Albahari, Darko Tuševljaković, and Tania Amochaev. She is the regular proofreader and editor of translations into English by Randall A. Major. She has lent her linguistic and vocal talents as a spokesperson to educational videos
and as a voice actress for game characters. Ms. Pandrc currently works as a freelance translator into English and Serbian.