Aleksandra Stojković, born August 23rd 1995, lives and attends University of Belgrade. She is currently in her final year of studies in the Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade, department of English. She works as a freelance translator and voice actress. She loves stories in all their forms, whether they be comic books, video games, movies or television shows.
Filip Čolović (1995) – born in Belgrade, he is currently finishing his undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade (English Department). At the moment, he works as a content writer and translator. Appreciates the avant-garde and all forms of quality art and fiction.
Lena Ninković: Graduated from the Department of English language studies at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology. In her free time, when she’s not busy contemplating life, she writes poetry, plays the piano, and reads books. She is interested in linguistics, literature, gender studies, and translation.
Aleksandra Marković (1995) born in Belgrade, she is currently finishing her studies at the Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade (English Department).
Mihajlo Stojković – was born on the 20th of March 1998 in Pozarevac where he graduated from the High School of Economics and Commerce. Despite the fact it being a vocational school, he decided to continue his education at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, where he is currently a third-year student of the English Department. He participated and was a finalist in the English Department Short Story Competition. Upon finishing his studies, he wish to become an English language teacher and eventually write a book.
Ivana Tubić is 23 years old and was born in Belgrade. She is a English language graduate and she is currently studying for her master’s degree at the Faculty of Philology. In her spare time, she listens to pop music, works on drawings and engages in translation. A huge fan of Rihanna, and her life is colored in glitter and shades of coffee.
Jana Živanović was born at the beginning of the last month in 1992 and from the early years she has been inclined to public speaking and creative expression. Started speaking English at the age of five; at the age of eight she played first notes on the violin. She completed musical school and was a member of Dadov theatre during the period of going to primary school. Her passion towards teaching methodology made her finish undergraduate and master studies at the Faculty of Philology, English department. She is now a PhD candidate, teaching English as a subdsidiary course at the department and she teaches English to students of psychology at the Faculty of Media and Communications. She is a fan of conferences and other types of scientific and professional development and in her leisure time she is an active volunteer. Apart from engagement in Libartes, she has been translating for four years for the movie festival Seize the day. She was one of coordinators and translators in the group Translator’s Heart which translates medical documentation free of charge and she has been keeping that tradition for two years after she stopped being a member. She supports the idea that translator’s heart is not a matter of team membership, but the state of mind and advocating the ideology that health and everything related to it should be free of charge and available for everyone.
Ivana Rangelov, born in 1992 in Kraljevo. Graduated from the Faculty of Philology and Arts in Kragujevac, major English language and literature. I teach English, translate, which is my first love, occasionally do some writing, and I am collecting books for my personal library. I have translated various texts, from the literary ones to vocational ones.
Anastasija Zdravković (2001, Kragujevac, Serbia) She is a fourth grade student of the Second Kragujevac Gymnasium, a specialized-philological class. Except for the practical exercises which have been enabled to her by attending this class for four years, she has no official translation experience or any prior publications of relevance. Languages are not her’s primary interest, but certainly she is in a way close to them. In the group of languages that she has been learning so far are included (by degree of knowledge): English, German, Italian and Latin.
Anja Dumanović: born in 1995 in Prishtina, grew up in Budva, Montenegro. Acquired Bachelor with Honors at the Department for English Language, Literature and Culture, University of Belgrade. Studying Educational policies at the University of Belgrade. Works for a salary, writes, translates and does research for joy.
Dragana Rudić: Born in 1986. She finished her master’s degree at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade at the Department of Comparative Literature. She lives and works in Shanghai where she is involved in the literary circles. She translates poetry, writes and publishes short stories and visual art.
Jelena Ćirić, born in 1986 in Pirot. Graduated from the faculty of Philosophy in Niš, Bachelor of Arts in literature and Serbian language. Her specific fields of interest are: American poetry of the 20th century, opera, and feminism.
Ljiljana Pticina (1985) has graduated from Faculty of pedagogy in Sombor and obtained master of philology degree at Faculty of philology in Belgrade and Faculty of philosophy in Novi Sad,related to general and comparative literature and theory of literature. She is currently a PhD student at Faculty of philosophy in Novi Sad. She has attended the summer school at the Andric Institute. She is into writing, literature criticism and she translates short stories. A few of her scientific papers and translations of short stories have been published. Her literature work has been published in different magazines and collections of short stories and poems (Trag, Koraci,Kult, Avangrad). She organized two literary contests in 2012 and 2013 as a part of the event Carnival In Sombor. For one year she was a literature and literary criticism editor as well as a columnist at Konkursi regiona.
She has worked as an English language teacher at center for foreign languages for 6 years and she is an online teacher of Serbian as a foreign language. She was one of the founders and coordinated the group “Translator’s Heart” that specializes in humanitarian medical translations. She is fluent in Serbian and English, whereas Russian and Spanish are at intermediate level and German at beginner’s level.
Dr Radmila Nastić, university professor, taught several subjects in the field of English Literature and Culture at the Universities of Belgrade, Kragujevac, Banja Luka, East Sarajevo, Bijeljina and Priština. She lives in Belgrade, writes and translates. Her specialisation is drama. She published three books, numerous scholarly articles and several translations.
Sofija Sokić, born June 13th 1991, lives and attends Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade. A member of school for philosophy, culture and volunteering. She enjoys reading books about philosophy, sociology. Besides reading, she makes and design jewelry, translate texts.
Sonja Pavlović was born on April 6th, 1995 in Belgrade, Savski venac municipality. She graduated from Đura Jakšić primary school and grammar school in Ćuprija and was awarded the Vuk Karadžić diploma for exceptional overall success. She graduated from the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Department of English language, literature, culture in June 2018 and obtained a master’s degree at the same faculty in May 2019. She is to enrol in doctoral studies at the same faculty in October 2019.
Kruna Petrić is a 28-year-old English teacher living in Belgrade. She has been working with English students of various age for 5 years and translating texts, articles, research papers and text-books relating to business, marketing, entrepreneurship, etc. Her goal is to completely shift to translating literature, be it poetry or (non)fiction. Her English word of choice is curiosity!