Sead Muhamedagić: Anthology of New Austrian Drama, 2002.

Editor: Željka Turčinović
Sead Muhamedagić, selector and translator of selected dramatic texts, chose five plays that might serve, together with his afterword, as an excellent introduction to contemporary Austrian drama but also as an interesting repertoire suggestion for Croatian theatres. The plays in this anthology feature playwrights relevant by European terms and are sorted by chronological order of origin – Elfriede Jelinek: What Happened After Nora Left Her Husband or the Pillars of Society (1977), Peter Turrini: The Slackers (1988), Werner Schwab: People Annihilation or My Liver is Pointless (1991), Peter Handke: The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other (1992) and Felix Mitterer: Deadly Sins (1999).