Magazine for the art and culture AVANT ART, which is published online by the Olja Ivanjicki Fund as web portal, released a series of essays dedicated to Milorad Pavic at http://www.avantartmagazin.com/category/tema4//. Along with plenty of superior visual materials, an internet reader will have the opportunity to find exclusive interview with Jasmina Mihajlovic about the posthumous destiny of Milorad Pavic in his homeland, articles concerning writer’s Bequest, about success of theater plays around the world based on his works. Also, reader will be able to find out all about interactivity of books, megasuccess of his works in Russia, to read Pavic's Autobiography...
Thematic issue is accompanied by audio and video files, as well as numerous photographs published for the first time.
This issue was prepared by the Olja Ivanjicki Fund (Suzana Spasic) and the Milorad Pavic Bequest (Jasmina Mihajlovic, Maja Stefanovic).


"A cup for pouring dreams..." - a music and storytelling performance based on "Dictionary of Khazars"

Dear people of the Dictionary of Khazars,
I write to you from Poland.
I want to tell you a little bit about the performance we have made and share a little bit of our joy :-)
Me and my two friends we are folk musicians and storytellers.
We know "Dictionary..." for many years, and more - we somehow live it. We read it on and on, we talk a lot about it, we play with it, look for traces and inspirations... Two years ago we decided to work on a music/storytelling performance based on "Dictionary..." - and so we did. We played it first time exactly year ago.

Le Dictionnaire Khazar de Milorad Pavić traduit en albanais

L'oeuvre de Milorad Pavić a davantage intéressé à l'étranger qu'en Serbie.

Au cours des trois dernières années, c'est-à-dire depuis le décès de Milorad Pavić, on recense 56 publications de ses livres : 48 à l’étranger et 7 chez nous. Des traductions des ouvrages de Pavić ont été éditées : en Amérique, Russie, France, Chine, Corée du sud, Mexique, Mongolie, Bulgarie, Grèce, Slovaquie, Géorgie, Azerbaïdjan, Albanie, Monténégro, Turquie, Tchéquie, Lituanie.


2010 - 2013

From Pavic's demise until today, during the period 2010-2013, there are 58 published editions of his books. Out of that, 47 editions are published abroad and 11 books are from the local publishers. Translations of various titles have been printed in the United States, Russia, France, South Korea, Mexico, Mongolia, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovakia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Montenegro, Turkey, Czech Republic, Lithuania.
Also it were played four theatrical performances in Russia, Romania, Poland and Republika Srpska.