Category Archives: Serbian zines

False Prophets (Bolji Život #2)

Bolji Život (“better life”) was from Novi Sad, Serbia (Yugoslavia at the time). I’d never seen it before, let alone read it (not in English), until Dario Adamic (who called it one of the most influential zines of that area, … Continue reading

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Sacro Egoismo (Unutrašnji Bunt #1)

‘Nesha/Neš(a)’ Nenad Vukmirović (from Sombor, north-west of Serbia near the Croatian border) did this zine, Unutrašnji Bunt (“internal rebellion/revolt”). He was also (vocalist) in an anarchopunkcore band with the same name. (Their bassist Tanja Arsenov -R.I.P.- helped out.) We used … Continue reading

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Nessun Dorma (Twenty 4 Hours #23)

‘Djordje’ Gvido Obradović was living in Belgrade (at that time still Yugoslavia) when we corresponded but he did this zine when he was spending time in the U.K. Besides this, it had interviews with ‘Mega City Four’, ‘Exit Conditions’, ‘Treshold … Continue reading

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