by Ana Markov
Hi, I’m Ana Markov, writer, blogger and content creator. I’ve worked as a columnist, poet, journalist, copywriter, and (sometimes, maybe, when the need was strong) as an English teacher (you’ve got to use that Master’s degree for something, I guess). Now, I help others tell their stories by working closely with my community, sharing advice, experiences and failures. I draw inspiration from Belgrade, the Balkans and famous Serbian "inat" (spite).
by Milan Čiča
Milan was born in Belgrade and lives in this city for 27 years now, in other words, all his life. He works as a bartender and he is an expert in roasting coffee beans. He studies construction engineering, and he practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. When he collects enough money and earns some time-off, he likes to travel. Other than that, on a daily basis, he likes movies, playing music and hanging out with friends.
by Ekaterina Yakovleva
Hello, I’m Katia, or Katja in Serbian ortography, and I live in Belgrade since 2004. I was born in Moscow, Russia, but after so many years residing in Serbia, I can call Belgrade my home. I fell in love with this city at first sight and that love is only getting stronger as the time goes by. Even though I travel a lot and I am absent for several months, I know that my Belgrade will always greet me with the sun, with seductive odors of fresh baked rolls and coffee, and with beautiful and cordial people that my mind embodies in a perpetual posture of stretching their arms to hug me.
by Maša Rajčić
Maša is born and bred in Dorćol historical district, in Belgrade. Filologist by profession, she lectures spanish, french, and english. She is in love with Belgrade and likes to travel whenever possible. Masha adores dogs, jazz music and fine food. In Maša's oppinion, the art (of any kind) presupposes human limitations. She got in an adventure with her Instagram account a year ago, with the purpose of disputing all the prejudices and misinformation regarding Serbia, primarily with native spanish speakers, because as she says "I didn't find any serious content in that language, other than foreigners' blogs, but they lacked perspective of a local".