Novica Tadić

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Novica Tadić (Smriječno, Plužine, 17 July 1949 – Belgrade, 23 January 2011)[1] was a Serbian poet.[2]

He was born in a small village in Montenegro and spent most of his life in Belgrade.

His work was supported by many United States poets including Charles Simic, who translated Night Mail: Selected Poems, Maxine Chernoff, Paul Hoover, David Baratier and Andrei Codrescu.

Works[edit]

  • Presences
  • Death in a Chair
  • Maw
  • Fiery Hen
  • Foul Language
  • The Object of Ridicule
  • Street
  • Sparrow Hawk
  • Ulica i potukač, Oktoih, 1999

Works in English[edit]

  • Charles Simic, Novica Tadic (1992). Night Mail: Selected Poems. Oberlin College Press. ISBN 0-932440-59-2.  [1]
  • Assembly, Translators Steven Teref, Maja Teref, Host Publications, 2009

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