This is a list of Aleksandar Zograf related stuff recently posted on the net... Most of it is in English, except where stated.
Review of Jamming with Aleksandar Zograf , by Anna Battista, was posted on Erasing Clouds
Rick Bradford has a new feature inside his Poopsheet web site - it's called "What's New With You". Rick asked each cartoonist to describe the projects that he or she is working on.
I did a story and a cover design for a new comic anthology from London, called Sturgeon White Moss. Here's the info from the publisher:
There's also a review written by Peter Ashton:
Can you believe this: there's Aleksandar Zograf page in ESPERANTO! With biography and a translation of one of the REGARDS FROM SERBIA strips.
I was a guest of a school in a beautiful town of Gemona, in Italy, where I met these nice kids and gave a lecture. The interview and photos were posted on a site, and a CD ROM is in preparation! In Italian.
I was mentioned in Bob Kathman's Weblog - Bob and I were collaborating on various projects ( Flock of Dreamers and Jamming With Aleksandar Zograf are but a few), and I was happy to meet him again during my 2002 Cartoon Art Museum exhibition in San Francisco.
The latest issue of Croatian web-zine Komikaze has published my strip, in Serbian/Croatian.
"Man from the Well" is a jam comic (published in a book form) created during the meeting of cartoonists called EXER, held in Belgrade in 1998. I was one of the participants. Script-writer of the story recently resides in Hague, where he works as a translator at the War Crime Tribunal! "Man from the Well" was translated in English and posed at:
Aside from drawing comics, Gianluca Costantini also writes comic books reviews, including one talking about anthology of works created at my "Kitchen" comics workshop. In Italian.
National weekly NIN has ranked Aleksandar Zograf and GRRR! festival in Pancevo high on their comic-related year list. In Serbian.
Another Croatian web zine, called FLIT, has posted a selection of photos from the Pancevo's comics festival GRRR!.
My new book in Serbian language (Mesec i ognjeno srce) is out. A leading national daily Politika published two articles (in Serbian, of course). First one is at:
And there's a more recent one:
There's one article published in a Belgrade's daily Glas javnosti, too:
Turkish comics enthusiast Murat Mihcioglu was present at the Balkan comics conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, in December 2002. He wrote a report including an info on Zograf's work, with some photos, book covers, etc. And yes, it's all in Turkish...