Far from the spectrum of consensually legitimate public topics and problems, these stories grotesque the normalization of nationalism and the restoration of capitalism treat with poisonous, uncompromising and incomparable wit. — Boris Postnikov Gorka is a dumpling of Ivančić’s laugh, just the size of the blown-up human bodies of literary characters, fallen on the battlefield of literature that has suddenly become more powerful than life. Who could have hoped for such a turn? — Sasa Cirić the most provocative and subversive aspect of these stories, which will cause a blow with a Kafkaesque axe to really make a crack in the reader, are neither real actors and real events, nor the targets of criticism and rebellion against different types of repression, but what this rebellion can involve, namely violence. — Katarina Luketic Radical situations in which Ivanč ić’s characters reach for radical solutions are a powerful metaphor because they mark a rare worldwide cry in an era that is drowning in the centrist politics.