Translations from, to and within Southeast Europe


Revisiting Pristina

Samira Kentrić

Kentrić uses fragmentary impressions, poetic snippets and colourful illustrations to reflect on and recount her time in the capital of Kosovo.

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Illustration of Samira Kentrić

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