“How did she not bewitch you with the dancing in her golden eyes?/ Dewy and trusting – like when she fell asleep once, under that baobab tree, to the music from an African rainfall?…” Weekend Poem, by Zvezdana RashkovichRead More
Zvezdana Rashkovich is an American author born in former Yugoslavia and raised in the Sudan. She is a mother of four, speaks fluent Arabic, Serbian and Croatian and lives in Dubai. Some of her work can be found or is forthcoming in Inkapture (UK), When Women Waken and I am Subject anthologies, Apocrypha and Abstractions, New World Writing, The Journal Of MicroLiterature, Litro (UK), and others.
“Each time since they were married Adam had pushed her on the bed and pounced at her flesh like an animal. The sight of her bruised and bleeding body failed to deter him.” Story of the Week (January 24), by Zvezdana Rashkovich.Read More