Contributor: Ennis Ćehić

Ennis Cehic is a writer living and working between Melbourne and Sarajevo. His writing focuses on ideas of displacement, creativity, identity and existentialism. His essays, poetry, fiction and memoir has been published in a variety of magazines and publications including The Age, Meanjin, Overland and The Lifted Brow. He is the co-author of New Metonyms, a photography book about his homeland, Bosnia & Herzegovina and the 2018-19 recipient of Wheeler Centre's Next Chapter Award.

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New Metonyms: Bosnia & Herzegovina

Between September 2018 and July 2019, Ennis Cehic and Shantanu Starick travelled extensively through Bosnia & Herzegovina to compile imagery, texts and ideas for their literary photography book, New Metonyms. For many people Bosnia & Herzegovina still conjures up images of war, thus their mission was simple. They set out to demonstrate that Bosnia is […]

Šejla Kamerić: Art is Resistance

Šejla Kamerić’s artistic practice is bold, political and deeply personal. She questions humanity's destructive behaviour and sees art as an act of resistance.

Sarajevo: In Times of Now

Twenty years after the war, Sarajevo is becoming a city of peace. A generation of young creatives, entrepreneurs and artists is bringing in an optimism and an international outlook. Long enchanted by this city, Melbourne writer Ennis Ćehić has returned to the capital of his native country to find the Sarajevo of now.