What was technically known as The Inspector Dejan Lukic Trilogy is now officially titled THE PAPYRUS TRILOGY.
The Papyrus trilogy comprises three novels:
Zoran Živković sold three of his novels to one of the most prestigious Portuguese publishers, Cavalo de Ferro, to be brought out in 2016 in two volumes:
Cavalo de Ferro, Živković’s exclusive publisher in Portugal, so far published five of his titles: The Library (three editions), The Last Book, The Ghostwriter, Seven Touches of Music and The Grand Manuscript.
On October 31st, 2015, the official launch of Zoran Živković’s new novel The Compendium of the Dead took place on the Zavod Publishers stand at the Belgrade Book Fair.
(Photographs credit: Muriel Chretien Živković)
Here is the cover of the forthcoming Saudi Arabian edition of The Library. The book is about to be published by the Dammam based Athar. It is probably the first Serbian book ever brought out in Saudi Arabia.
The Compendium of the Dead is Živković’s 21st book of fiction.
Here is the cover of the forthcoming Serbian edition of The Compendium of the Dead.
Here is the cover of the new Italian edition of The Last Book. The novel was published by the Milan based TEA Libri.
Here is the cover of the forthcoming Turkish edition of The Library. The book will be published by the Istanbul based Minval Publishers. This will be the second Turkish edition of The Library. The first was brought out in 2006 by Istiklal.