Bibliography

Books written by Nina Zivancevic

Letters To Myself, Barncott Press,London, 2014.
Living On Air, Barncott Press,London, 2013.
L’Amour n’est qu’un mot, l’Harmattan, Paris, 2013.
Crnjanski i njegov citalac, Mali Nemo, Pancevo, 2012.
Isceljenje, Mali Nemo, Pancevo, 2012.
Onze femmes artistes, slaves et nomades, Non Lieu, Paris, 2011.
Sous le signe de Cyber-Cybèle, l’Harmattan, Paris, 2009.
Iznenadni Blesak, Glasnik, Beograd, 2009.
Milosh Crnjanski, La Serbie, l’exil, le retour, l’Harmattan, Paris, 2007.
Krajem Veka, Sveti Sava, Beograd, 2006 (The end of Century).
Slovo П, Manufaktura Snova, Beograd, 2004 (Letter П).
J’ai ete cette journaliste de guerre en Egypte, l’Harmattan, Paris, 2004.
Orfejev povratak, Prosveta, Beograd, 2003 (Orpheus: Return).
Death of New York City, Cool Grove, New York, 2002.
Kao sto vec rekoh, Prosveta, Beograd, 2002 (As I Said Before).
Prodavci Snova, Narodna Knjiga, Belgrade, 2000 (Vendors of Dreams).
Minotaur i Lavirint, KOV, Vrsac, 1996 (Minotaur and the Maze).
Pesnicki Divan, Branicevo, Zrenjanin, 1995 (Poet’s Diwan).
Vizantijske Price, Vreme Knjige, Belgrade, 1995 (Byzantine stories).
Inside and Out of Byzantium, Semiotext(e), New York, 1994.
I Was a War Reporter in Egypt, Leaves Press, New York, 1992.
Recherche Philippe Sollers, Noel Blandin, Paris, 1992.
More or Less Urgent, New Rivers Press, Minessota, 1988.
Gledajuci Knjige Nezavisnih Izdavaca, Narodna Knjiga, Beograd, 1985 (Books of the Independent Publishers).
Mostovi Koji Rastu, Nolit, Beograd, 1984 (Growing Bridges).
Pesme, Nolit, Beograd, 1983 (Brankova Nagrada – Brankova Poetry Award).

Books translated by Nina Zivancevic (with scholarly introductions)

Simone Weil: Gravity and Grace, Svetovi, Novi Sad, 2007.
Julia Kristeva: Selected Interviews, Plavi Jahac, Beograd, 2003.
Chris Kraus: Aliens and Anorexia, Draganic, Beograd, 2000.
Lynne Tillman: Haunted Houses, Bratstvo-Jedinstvo, Novi Sad, 1990.
Kathy Acker: Great Expectations, Gradina, Niš, 1986.
Charles Bukowski: Notes on Ordinary Madness, Prosveta, Belgrade, 1985.
Walter Abish: How German is it?, Bratstvo-Jedinstvo, Novi Sad, 1987.
Lao Tzu: Tao Te Ching, Grafos, Belgrade, 1981.
Kabir: Poems, Grafos, Belgrade, 1980.

Anthologies

The choice of anthologies of literature that Zivancevic has edited or co-edited is marked by her unique approach to literature in translation. Her choice has often responded to a particular cultural necessity of the language of arrival and these books often represent pioneering work in a particular given field, as they are also groundbreaking extra-linguistic studies of the culture of the original language (with academic essays preceding each translation).

Anthologies edited by Zivancevic

Drugi Glasovi – Antologija savremene americke poezije, Kov, Vršac, Serbia, 1997 . (“Other Voices – Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry”) Fifty contemporary poets presented on over 250 pages.

Co-edited anthologies

Antologija prvobitne pezije (“Anthology of Oral Poetry“), Prosveta, Serbia, 1987. This book is a study in Ethnopoetics following Jerome Rothenberg’s compilation of the chants and oral verse of tribal societies.
Serbian Poetry from the beginning to the present“, Yale University Press, 1988, with Dr. Milne Holton.
Poésie et praxis, Jean- Pierre Faye et Nina Zivancevic, “Intempestives No.5”, l’Harmattan, Paris, 2013.

Appearance in group anthologies

Antologia poezji serbskej XX wieku, edited by Grzegorz Latuszynski, Agawa Press, Poland, 2007.
Up Is Up: New York’s Downtown Literary Scene 1974-92, edited by Brandon Stosuy, NY University Press, 2006.
Violentes Femmes – catalogue pour l’exposition à Château de Tours, Les Singuliers, Paris, 2005.
Anthology of Serbian Fiction Women Writers, edited by Ljiljana Djurdjic, Beograd, 2004.
Shamanic Warriors Now Poets, edited by JN Reilly and Ira Cohen, R&R Publishing, Glasgow, 2003.
Poets One – Heidelberger Anthologie, Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut, Heidelberg, 2003.
Antologija pripovedaka srpskih knjizevnica, edited by R. Lukac, Zepter Book World, Belgrade, 2002.
The Collected Interviews of William S Burroughs, edited by S. Lotringer, Semiotext(e), US, 2001.
Hatred of Capitalism, edited by Sylvère Lotringer, Chris Kraus, Semiotext(e), US, 2001.
Price iz tudjine, edited by Vasa Mihailovic, Udruzenje Knjizevnika Srbije, Beograd, 2000.
Macke ne idu u raj, edited by Radmila Lazic, Samizdat Free, B92, Belgrade, 1999.
Thus Spake the Corpse, edited by Andrei Codrescu, Black Sparrow Press, US, 1999.
Sheets to the Wind, edited by Claire Kincannon, Dancing Ink Press, Paris, 1998.
Voices of the 20th Century, edited by Emery Edward George, Oxford University Press, US, 1993.
The Horse Has Six Legs, edited by Charles Simic, Graywolf, US, 1992.
Shifting Borders, edited by Walter Cummins, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, US, 1991.

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