Saša Milivojev

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Saša Milivojev
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Saša Milivojev
Native nameСаша Миливојев
Born (1986-04-19) April 19, 1986 (age 36)
Zrenjanin, Yugoslavia, Serbia
🏳️ NationalitySerbian
💼 Occupation
Writer, poet, journalist columnist

Sasha Milivoyev (Serbian: Saša Milivojev / Саша Миливојев, born 19 April 1986) is a Serbian writer, poet, journalist columnist and political analyst. He is the author of three books, and numerous columns published in various daily newspapers.[1]


Milivojev was born in 1986 in Zrenjanin (SFRJ, Serbia), where he nurtured his many talents in the Music Gymnasium. He used to sing in the „King David“ Oratorio by Arthur Honegger in the Arad Philharmonic Orchestra, Romania. After ten years of enjoying music, Milivojev turned towards the Faculty of Philology of Belgrade University, where he is a successful student of the Serbian Language and Literature. He is the author of two collections of poems: „Tajna iza Uzdaha“ („The Secret Behind a Sigh“, published in 2006 by Narodna Knjiga, Belgrade), and „Kad Svitac Odleti“ („When the Firegly is Gone“, in Serbian[2], English[3] and Arabic[4], Filip Višnjić, Belgrade, 2010)[5], a novel entitled „Dečak iz Žute Kuće“ („The Boy from the Yellow House“)[6][7][8]. He has received many awards, and his poems are included in several anthologies of poetry, including the „Panonski Galeb“ („The Seagull of Pannonia“) Vol. XIX, the „Rudnička Vrela“ („The Rudnik Springs“) Vol. XIX, the „Garavi Sokak“ („The Sooty Alley“) Vol. XIX, etc.[9]

Since 2008, Milivojev has worked as a contributor to the „Pogledi“ column of the Politika newspaper,[10][11] and as of 2009 he has been writing columns in the Pravda newspaper, dealing with analytical and synthetic research in the recent and contemporary history of the Serbian people. By 2009, Milovojevs texts have been printed in about 3 million copies in various daily newspapers.[12] He was one of the most read columnists in Serbia in 2008. and 2009. Hi is a political thirst strike idea creator.


His poetic achievements have been introduced to Belgrade audience twice, in Ethnographic Museum, in collaboration with famous Serbian artists such as: Isidora Bjelica, Ivana Žigon, Jelena Žigon, Daliborka Stojšić, Eva Ras, Danijel Pavlović, Žiza Stojanović, Zlata Numanagić, Branka Veselinović. His poetry was recited by well-known actresses Svetlana Bojković, Ruzica Sokić, Danica Aćimac, Snežana Savic, Suzana Mančić etc. By their mutual cooperation, this young author has also been supported by Olja Ivanjicki, Zdravko Šotra and Marko Novaković.

He has his poetic fans all over the world. Kairo reading public was introduced with his poetry in May 2010., by his book „When the Firefly is Gone“, while he was being present at various literary gathering where famous writers spoke about him: Soha Zaky[13] and Alaa Al Aswany.[14]

In Saudi Arabia, the journalists write about his love for God[15]; in Egyptian newspaper (Al Akhbar and Shashati)[16][17], Saša Milivojev is mentioned as a writer of mystical flight and meditation.[18]

The Boy from the Yellow house[edit]

The Boy from the Yellow House is the most shocking novel ever published in the world, an autobiographical confession after which mankind will never be the same. In copyright meditation of Saša Milivojev, the Boy-witness speaks about unimaginable horror he survived in his own country as a 12 year-old boy: about the Yellow House and camps, about kidnapped civilians and drinking their blood, about smuggling their organs and war crimes, about the most brutal killings and rapes, about incredible sufferings and ethical cleaning, about genocide and secret tombs...

The novel The Boy from the Yellow House has been built on several narrative levels, simultaneously discovering all pranks in close and actual history, discovering political dilemmas on integrations, territorial integrity protection as well as on identity of one sovereign country; on criminal and corruption, prosecution of the political opponents under the veil of democracy, on terrorist strategies and global jihad expansion. A blend of epic and lyric, narrative, dramatic and journalistic; on bombing and destroying of the genetic code; on friends' betrayal, lies, the criminals, the sectaries, false identities, psychiatric cases, drug addiction, prostitution, pedophilia, necrophilia; on the lowest levels of the human being and divine art; on hate and love, the way of overcoming anger, on peace, conciliation, global love and tolerance... speaks the hero of angelic beauty and an extraordinary talent, wide knowledge and fascinating performance...

The first copies of the shocking novel “The Boy from the Yellow house” - were gifted in 2012. by the author Saša Milivojev to Serbian politicians: to the prime minister and the minister of police Ivica Dačić; to the President of Serbia Tomislav Nikolić; also to Nenad Čanak, Milanka Karić, Oliver Dulić... The Russian ambassador in Serbia Aleksandar Konuzin also received a copy. The legendary Lieutenant General of Yugoslav People's Army Stevan Mirković came to meet the young author on Kalemegdan on the occasion of the handover of the novel. Saša Milivojev also gave the copy to a judge of the Belgian Public Prosecutor's Office...

Although only 200 copies were printed at the cost of the author, a student of literature, the novel "The Boy from the Yellow House" was widely reported across the world in 2012. Readers and diplomatic circles around the world were shocked. His interview given to The Voice of Russia was translated into English, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic, German, Polish, Russian, French, Serbian, Albanian, Turkish, Hungarian, Macedonian... and published in the Brazilian press, in Somalia, on the front page of Toronto Newspapers[19], then in prominent media such as: The Oslo Times; Ukrainian Telegraph; Armenia Today; Radio Television of Republic of Srpska; Barometer (Kyrgyzstan); Bota Sot (Albania), Glas Srpske; Rajoni Press (Albanian Information Agency); Ukrainian Phrase; Pravda and Blic (Serbia); Gazeta Shqiptare, Srna (Information Agency of Republic of Srpska); Lajme Shqip (Albania); Dal (Belorus), Beauty and Health (Serbia); Press Online (BiH); News Meeting (Turkey); Franco da Rocca News; Ruskije Novosti... The interview was published on countless internet portals and in newspapers around the world, and was also picked up by the Vatican. Pope Benedict XVI subsequently spoke to the world against the trafficking of human organs.


  1. "Saša Milivojev Biografija". (in српски / srpski). 2020-02-12. Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  2. "Saša Milivojev - KAD SVITAC ODLETI". Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. "Saša Milivojev - WHEN THE FIREFLY IS GONE". Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. "ساشا ميليفويف - عندما تحلق اليراعة". Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "SAŠA MILIVOJEV - Books". Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  6. Srna (2012-10-28). "Milivojev: Dečak iz žute kuće - najšokantniji roman". Nezavisne novine (in српски / srpski). Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  7. "SAŠA MILIVOJEV - Horrific organ harvesting lair described by an eyewitness". Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  8. "В логове черных трансплантологов: «Я смотрел, как труп режут пилой»". Фраза (in русский). Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  9. "Saša Milivojev - THE EMIR OF THE CONTEMPORARY POETRY OF SERBIA - ASIDE A BRITISH LIGHTHOUSE - Scientific overview of the song - the poem THE PAIN OF THE WORLD. A prelude to the poetics of Saša Milivojev. Penned by: The National Pest". Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  10. Миливојев, Саша. "Тешко је започети каријеру у Европи". Politika Online. Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  11. Миливојев, Саша. "Српски феномен". Politika Online. Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  12. Миливојев, Саша. "Лаку ноћ, Србијо". Politika Online. Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  13. "مصر، كايرو - سهى زكى حول ساشا ميليفويف" (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  14. "الشاعر الصربي ساشا ميليفويف عن مصر بعد عشر سنوات" (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  15. "Saša Milivojev in Anbaa News - Saudi Arabia - أنباء - قراءة في قصيدة "ساشا ميليفويف" وحواره مع الله" (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  16. "ساشا ميليفويف في جريدة الاخبار المصرية. طبعت النص في مليون نسخة" (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  17. "ساشا ميليفويف في مجلة "شاشتي" في مصر - حوار مع الله" (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  18. "ساشا ميليفويف - امير الشعر الصربي المعاصر في حضرة المنارة البريطانية" (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  19. "Saša Milivojev on the Front page of Toronto Newspapers". Retrieved 2021-04-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)