Smoking with Elvis: A Tale of the Mangled Generation

A FREELANCE WRITER based in Sarajevo, Faruk Šehić produces journalism and opinion pieces for the weekly magazine BH Dani [Bosnia-Herzegovina Days]. Under Pressure, his first book-length work of fiction, was originally published in 2004 as Pod pritiskom by the now-defunct publishing house Naklada ZORO (Sarajevo-Zagreb). It received a rapturous reception and won the former Bosnian soldier […] The post Smoking with Elvis: A Tale of the Mangled Generation appeared first on Los Angeles Review of Books. Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

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