Authors

Marko Pogačar

Marko Pogačar was born in 1984 in Split, Yugoslavia. He has published eleven books of poetry, essays and prose, for which he received Croatian and international awards. In 2014, he edited the Young Croatian Lyric anthology, and in 2019 the anthology The Edge of a Page: New poetry in Croatia, generation 2010+. He received different scholarships and residences, and currently is a DAAD fellow in Berlin. His books and texts have appeared in more than thirty languages. 

All work

  1. Coughing Has Become Almost a Terrorist Act: A Conversation with Srečko Horvat

    One of Europe's leading philosophers and co-founder of DiEM25 on Covid-19-related infodemic, living in “the Mediterranean as in once was”, the climate and ecological apocalypse and much more

    Coughing Has Become Almost a Terrorist Act: A Conversation with Srečko Horvat

    One of Europe's leading philosophers and co-founder of DiEM25 on Covid-19-related infodemic, living in “the Mediterranean as in once was”, the climate and ecological apocalypse and much more