Synopses & Reviews
With the Croatian Ministry of Culture, Ooligan presents Gordan Nuhanovic4, whose prose is a doorway to the heart and soul of a vibrant society ravaged by recent wars. The first of three Croatian titles to be published by Ooligan in 2005, these stories probe the human condition through the commonalities and the idiosyncrasies of everyday life. Gordon (""Flash"") amuses and entertains with his sensitive, evocative tales. Born in 1968, Nuhanovic4 was a war reporter during the Homeland War and is currently a journalist and literary critic in Croatia. Besides several literary awards and work in numerous literary journals, he has published two previous collections, ""Survival League"" (2002) and ""Battle for Every Last Man"" (2003). Nuhanovic4 was vocalist in the Croatian punk rock band The Mothers.
About the Author
Gordan Nuhanovic, born in 1968 in Vinkovci, Croatia, worked as a war reporter during the Homeland War and is currently a journalist and literary critic in Croatia. Included in numerous literary journals, he has published two collections (""Survival League"" and ""Battle for Every Last Man"") and won several awards. He is vocalist in Mothers, a major Croatian punk rock band.Busic is a native of Oregon and holds a Master's Degree in German and Liguistics. She has won the Croatian Writer's Society award. She has been senior advisor in the Office of the President in the Republic of Croatia. She served 13 years in prison and was released in 1989. Her husband was incarcerated for almost 25 years.