Jasmina Mihajlović gave an exclusive interview regarding the Albanian edition of Pavić's novel The Landscape Painted with Tea (Ben Andoni's translation) that was published by ''Albas''. Named Serbia and Albania learnt during socialism to nurture the culture of oblivion, the conversation with Jasmina Mihajlović was published in the magazine ''Milosao''.
RE-EDITION OF THE “DICTIONARY OF THE KHAZARS” HITS BESTSELLER LISTS IN PARIS
The re-edition of the Dictionary of the Khazars, published in Paris on the 15th of October, Pavić’s birthday, by the publishing house New Atilla, and translated by Maria Bejanovska, has been sold out in a month (3.000 copies)!
In Belgrade, on the 24th of November, 2015, the memorial bust of Milorad Pavić was revealed on the building where he lived and where his Bequest is located. The bust and a memorial, which was made by a Russian sculptor Gregory Potocky, is a replica of the monument which is located in Moscow, in the Alley of the Greats (atrium of the Library for Foreign Literature), made by the same sculptor and placed there in 2009, when the writer was still alive.
The publishing house ''New Attila'' (Le Nouvel Attila) from Paris has published the new edition of the ''Dictionary of the Khazars'', translated by Marija Bezanovska. Pavic's world success began in France when the publishing house ''Belfond'' printed the first foreign edition of this novel.
JASMINA MIHAJLOVIĆ AS A SPECIAL GUEST OPENED THE 17th INTERNATIONAL BOOK FAIR IN TBILISI
At the end of May, Jasmina Mihajlović spent five days in the capital of Georgia – Tbilisi, on the invitation of the Intelekti publishing house, which has started a project Pavić in Georgian within which it has published seven books, primarily reissues of Milorad Pavić's books, as well as Jasmina Mihajlović's book, ''On the Shores of the Khazar Sea''. Following novels were published: ''Dictionary of the Khazars'', ''Unique Item'', ''Second Body'', ''A Landscape Painted with Tea'', ''Last Love in Constantinople'', ''Seven Deadly Sins'', and soon ''The Inner Side of the Wind'' and ''A Short History of Belgrade'' will be published. Thirteen people – translators, editors, designers - have been involved in this publishing project. The editor in chief of the project Pavić in Georgian is a renowned Georgian writer and winner of many awards, Zviad Kvaratshelia.
- Inset on Jasmina Mihajlović's visit to Georgia
- Literary Evening on Pavić in Argentina
- ''On the Shores of the Khazar Sea'' in Azerbaijan. Chinese international radio GB Times on literary couple Pavić – Mihajlović. Jasmina Mihajlović's interview for ''Newsweek''
- Milorad Pavić and Jasmina Mihajlović in Serbia and worldwide
- Selected Works of Milorad Pavić in 10 volumes
- Pavić in Greece, Russia and China