DOGGIESTYLE

ZORAN PILIĆ

Konzor, 2011, 218 pages

Doggiestyle, a collection of urban short stories, is filled with naturalistic details. In a dynamic rhythm, the stories from this debutant book dive into places of intimacy, portray male friendships and wartime and post-war chaos in which both the body and soul get damaged. These stories take gory news headlines and form their plots around them. This is all done with a constantly present dark sense of humour and on a familiar social, war-time and transitional background.

In a thematically diverse way, the author talks about male-female relations (memorable dialogues), friendships and acquaintances, the situation after the war but also about the everyday life in a city neighbourhood. On the covers we will also find a list of two potential soundtracks for this book.