In December 2018 Cadmus Press published as many as 8 softcover editions in The Zoran Živković Collection, the series that started in 2016. A total of 23 volumes — 11 hardcovers and 12 softcovers — was brought out so far. The remaining eight softcovers are scheduled for Spring 2019.
Here are the covers of the 12 softbound editions published so far:
“The Zoran Zivkovic Collection” (Cadmus Press). The complete fiction — in 11 volumes — of arguably the most remarkable fabulist since Borges and Calvino. See also “Zivkovic’s First Contact and Time Travel: Selected Essays and Short Stories” (Springer).
Michael Dirda, “The Washington Post”, November 28th, 2018
Here is the front cover of the new Zoran Živković’s book — First Contact and Time Travel — to be published in early July by the prestigious scientific publisher Springer () in its renown “Science and Fiction” series.
This volume collects both essays and fictional material around two core topics in the long career of the Serbian writer, essayist, researcher, publisher and translator. The first topic – first contact – is chiefly represented by his comprehensive essay on “The Theme of First Contact in the SF Works of Arthur C. Clarke“ and reflected on the literary level with his short stories “The Bookshop“ and “The Puzzle”. Two shorter essays on the second topic – time travel in SF literature – introduce, amongst others, the well-known and fascinating mosaic novel Time Gifts, which skillfully explores the more literary side of the notions of past, present and future. In the annotations the author provides insights into his take on the subjects presented.
The last generation of the students attending Professor Živković’s creative writing course at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, about to finish their first semester…
Here is the cover of the forthcoming edition of the collection of essays by Professor Ljiljana Pešikan Ljuštanović (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia) — The Herald of the Fifth Force: The Fantastical Fiction of Zoran Živković.
The Third Program of the Portuguese National Television (RTP3) recently presented Zoran Živković’s novel The Library, including an interview with the author.