Nobody's Home

Nobody's Home

By Dubravka Ugresic; Ellen Elias-Bursac (Translator)

Open Letter Books, Hardcover, 9781934824009, 297pp.

Publication Date: September 2008

Series of incisive essays from Dubravka Ugresic explores the full spectrum of human existence. From bottled-water drinking tourists with massive backpacks to the Eurovision song contest, Ugresic's unfailingly sharp critical eye never fails to reveal what has been hidden in plain sight by routine, or uncover the tragic, and the comic, in the everyday.

About the Author
An acclaimed novelist and essayist, Dubravka Ugresic is a native of the former Yugoslavia who left her homeland in 1993 for political reasons. She now lives in Amsterdam.

DAVID ALBAHARI was born in Serbia and emigrated to Canada in 1994. He is the author of eleven novels and nine collections of short stories. His novel Gotz and Meyer won the ALTA Translation Award and was a Barnes and Noble Discover selection.