Memoirs  of a Pimp by László Végel (Fragment) Tranleited: Hohn K. Cox CHAPTER ONE FOR GOD’S SAKE PEOPLE, WHERE ARE YOU RUSHING OFF TO? WEDNESDAY Today I finally managed to find the time to check out checkered shirts for a whole afternoon.  I love roaming around through the city in the afternoons. In front of […]

A week before the elections in Serbia, Hungarian-Serbian writer Laszlo Vegel has the following to say about the country’s political landscape: “The politicians are again promising miracles. The democratic opposition is promising swift EU accession for Serbia. The extreme right opposition is promising to win back Kosovo. And the majority of the ruling parties under […]

19 August 2003 Down the River to the Sullen Balkans By RICHARD BERNSTEIN – The New York Times NOVI SAD, Serbia and Montenegro – Petar Lapu gunned the engine of his aluminum skiff, backing it from the shore and into the Danube, greenish and murky in this season’s heat and drought. He checked a fishing […]