Aleksandar Hemon

novelist

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Bosnian-American fiction writer and 2004 MacArthur fellow

Aleksandar Hemon on KCRW

This darkly nihilistic book masquerading as a comedy is as much a commentary on society as it is the story of a bad script-writer.

Aleksandar Hemon: The Making of Zombie Wars

This darkly nihilistic book masquerading as a comedy is as much a commentary on society as it is the story of a bad script-writer.

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