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REVIEW Á Directions for Use ☆ Ana Ristovic's erotic wry feminist poems concern daily routines washing laundry doing crossword puzzles In her writing she explores inner and outer worlds sex and relationships This bilingual Serbian and English selection unveils a rich embroidery of frank sexuality and lyric imagesBorn in 1972 in Belgrade Ristovic studiedEtry and prose from Slovenian into Serbian and her own poems have been translated into almost a dozen languagesOn the surface Ristovic's poems read smoothly and almost easily as she wittily and winkingly banters about polishing her nails or doing laundry as she opens the door to her New Belgrade world on the Danube uay Before one knows one is seduced into a light hearted conversation about daily chores and salad making as outside the blizzard howls with ease and without a care buries our mutual thresholdIn 2014 the Guardian announ.

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Ana Ristovic's erotic wry feminist poems concern daily routines washing laundry doing crossword puzzles In her writing she explores inner and outer worlds sex and relationships This bilingual Serbian and English selection unveils a rich embroidery of frank sexuality and lyric imagesBorn in 1972 in Belgrade Ristovic studied comparative literature at the philological faculty there She has published six books of poetry and won the Hubert Burda Prize for young Eastern European poets in 2005 She also has translated eighteen books of po.

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Directions for UseCed Southbank Centre's list of the fifty greatest love poems of the past fifty years On that list Ana Ristovic's Circling Zero appeared together with the likes of Margaret Atwood Frank O'Hara and Chinua Achebe among many other luminous giants of literatureSteven Teref's and Maja Teref's translations of Ana Ristovic's poems have appeared in Asymptote Conduit and Rhino winner of their 2012 Translation Prize Their translation of her poem Circling Zero was published in the international poetry anthology The World Record Bloodaxe Books.