Aleksandar Hemon was born in Sarajevo and lives in Chicago. He is the author of The Question of Bruno, Nowhere Man, Love and Obstacles, and The Lazarus Project, which was a finalist for both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award. His work also appears regularly in the New Yorker and Granta, among other publications.
We're delighted to announce that David Cesarani and Aleksandar Hemon have been longlisted for the 2017 Jewish Quarterly Wingate Prize, as it marks its 40th anniversary.
RT @SashaHemon: World Premiere of “Love Island” at the Locarno International Film Festival - Sarajevo Times http://t.co/HR4a6gQF4d
by @aleksandarhemon - 2 years ago
RT @Variety: Locarno’s ‘Love Island’ Kicks Off Stellar Festival Run for The Match Factory http://t.co/ETGouSnDSt
RT @SashaHemon: This be the premiere day of Love Island, which I co-wrote with the great Jasmila Žbanić:
RT @AragiAuthorNews: Remember that time @SashaHemon wrote a script, and it debuted at the @FilmFestLocarno?! Y'all, check out Love Island! …
RT @fsgbooks: Just in time for the World Cup is @SashaHemon's new soccer e-book, "a loving testimony to [the] sport." http://t.co/PQqKv0QCF…
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50: Kim Brooks, Rebecca Makkai, Zoe Zolbrod, Jana-Maria Hartmann, Aleksandar Hemon with Sarah Hollenbeck|Curators, The Conversation
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