DEYAN RANKO BRASHICH was born in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia, and is an Op-Ed columnist for Connecticut's Litchfield County Times.  He writes the monthly Letter From America column for Romania’s Scrisul Romanesc, a literary magazine and is the Editor-at-Large for  The Country and Abroad, another literary/art magazine where he authors the Dispatch from Abroad column. He is a frequent contributor to Pecat, the Belgrade, Serbia weekly news magazine, Britić, a magazine published in the United Kingdom, Ekurd Daily, a multinational Kurdish news portal and Passport, a lifestyle quarterly. He resides in New York City and Washington, Connecticut.

 

 

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Friday
Mar162018

NEW MERIDIAN ARTS LAUNCHES NEW TITLES

 

NEW MERIDIAN ARTS PUBLISHING

LAUNCHES NEW TITLES

THE CORNELIA STREET CAFÉ

WEDNESDAY APRIL 11, 2018 AT 6 PM 

INTERCULTURAL SERIES HOSTED BY CARMEN FIRAN

 

ANDREY GRITZMAN     STRANGER AT HOME

DEYAN RANKO BRASHICH   DISPATCHES

RADU POLIZU   BETWEEN CEAUSESCU AND FIDEL

 

WITH A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE OF INSTRUMENTAL JAZZ BY JIMMY NEMO

New Meridian Arts is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to artistic, cross-cultural, multi media exchange of ideas through the publication of books, magazines and the production of visual and performing arts. Today’s globalization comes with its own political and cultural challenges, and New Meridian offers solutions making multiculturalism a priority to better understand this new world and its diversity. The publishing house promots original works and translations of international writers of talent and scope.  

The Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, New York, New York

 

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