Journalist, columnist, reviewer and poet Milan B. Popovic he has just published his new collection of poetry. A book “Better than your life” brings us thirty older poems published in the first three collections of poems he published, but also seventy new ones, written during the last fifteen years.
During this period he wrote six more collections: “Prayer of a tattooed heart” (2006), “Time of brutal benefactors” (2006), “Eyes not to let out a breath” (2007), “On the crust of wholemeal bread and pencils” (2011), “Song of madness and crying” (2017) and its supplemented edition two years later.
The front page, as many times before, was painted by an academic painter and graphic artist Jakša Vlahović, otherwise a member of the group Fertilizers who recorded the song “Urlik” precisely to the text of Milan B. Popović. The song was then released on Milan’s hard rock compilation “Time of brutal benefactors” 2010. Five years later, a second, double album was recorded “Chronically tireless”.
In addition to writing and recording music, Milan also distinguished himself as a newspaper journalist “Flash” (Serbia), “And” (Montenegro) i “Focus” (Bosnia and Herzegovina), daily newspaper columnist “Truth”, but also as a frequent contributor to numerous magazines and magazines.
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