Kultura - Igor Marojević / Culture - Igor Marojević
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I pisanje bloga je neki književni žanr - sa svojim zakonitostima

Kultura / Culture - IGOR MAROJEVIĆ
Književnik, urednik izdavačke kuće Laguna / Writer, Editor of the "Laguna" publishing house

Igor MarojevićSa sagovornikom kao što je Marojević smesta prelazimo na glavnu stvar radi koje i radimo ovaj intervju. U maju, u izdanju Lagune izlazi njegova treća knjiga priča „Beograđanke”. Sastoji se iz dva ciklusa, jedan čije su junakinje Beograđanke od 15 do 45 godina i koje žive ovde − taj ciklus je nazvan „Filozofija za svakog”. Akterke drugog ciklusa pod nazivom„Prodavnice poklona” su naše sugrađanke koje su emigrirale. Teme su različite, često diktirane trenutkom u kojem živimo. Ima tu priča o mobingu, školskom maltretmanu među klinkama zbog konflikta oko igrica na društvenim mrežama, trpljenju mačizma, potcenjenosti intelektualnih poslova, majčinstvu nad detetom sa autizmom, lezbejstvu, emigraciji i snalaženju u inostranstvu, bavljenju pornografijom, životu koji se vodi na internetu kao zameni za realni život − kaže na početku razgovora naš sagovornik.

Da li neke priče imaju hepiend?

Čini mi se da se, već po popisu tema, može videti da je stvarnost 21. veka u „ Beograđankama” prikazana bez ulepšavanja. Većina priča ima hepiend, ali on ni u jednoj nije mehanički napravljen kako bi se čitalac zaveo, nego su neke priče ponudile organsku mogućnost hepienda u teškim uslovima. Za kraj, sve priče su pisane iz pozicije junakinja, ideja i, naravno, tog famoznog ženskog načina pisanja.

Objasnite nam razlike između ženskog i muškog načina pisanja?

U društveno manje definisanim okolnostima poput tranzicionih, na delu je sudaranje makar dva različita sistema. Novi još nije uspostavljen i svuda se opažaju brojni recidivi starog. Takve okolnosti u svakidašnjici nameću neizvesnost stabilnih tačaka gledišta i tu je najmudrije posezati za intuicijom, kojoj su žene sklonije od muškaraca. Zato mi se učinilo da pisanje iz više ženskih tačaka gledišta o savremenosti nudi više mogućnosti nego pisanje iz muške perspektive, kao što u romanima „ Šnit” i„ Žega” pišem o ratu, muškoj raboti iz perspektive fizički jačeg pola. E sad, da bi stvarao iz ženske vizure, čovek mora da poznaje žene, a meni se neskromno čini da ih do neke mere poznajem. Neki muškarci su pisali poneku priču ili deo romana iz te tačke gledišta, a meni je bio izazov da tako stvorim celu knjigu.

Blogeri kao neuspešni pisci ili novinari? Z apravo, šta mislite o toj formi i kako uspevaju da zainteresuju ljude da ih lajkuju? Čime?

U „Beograđankama” postoji priča „Sivi komplet”, koja govori o neuspešnoj spisateljici koja postaje blogerka. Svakako da se deo blogera regrutuje među literatama, bilo uspešnim ili propalim. Inače, ne mislim da je bloger nužno neuspešan pisac, čak ni neuspešan novinar. I to je neki žanr − sa svojim zakonitostima. Naravno, uvek postoji ta krajnost u kojoj u siromašnom društvu gomila ljudi koristi činjenicu da je pisanje doslovno najjeftiniji vid stvaranja, što se ulaganja tiče potrebno je imati kompjuter i to je to. Zato je na delu situacija u kojoj ne samo da se svako prepoznaje kao bloger, nego osim o piscima, moramo govoriti i o mnogima koji se tako osećaju. A ove prve mnogi lajkuju jer pišu neposredno i zato što se život na društvenim mrežama sve više ukorenjuje jer ni on nije skup i pruža ubedljiv privid dinamičnosti.

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Also writing a blog is a literary genre with its own laws

Given that we talk with Marojević, we can immediately move on to our main reason to make this interview. In May, “Laguna” publishers will publish the third part of the story book “Belgrade Women” (Beograđanke). It consists of two cycles, one in which the heroines of the story are Belgrade women with ages between 15 and 45, who live in Belgrade. That part is called “Philosophy for Everyone”. The characters of the second cycle, called “The Gift Shop”, are our fellow citizens, who have emigrated.The topics arediverse, often dictated by the moment in which we live.It is a story about mobbing, school mistreatment among girls, the conflict over games on social networks, tolerance towards machismo, undervaluation of intellectual work, motherhood of a child with autism, lesbianism, emigration, sorting things out abroad and dealing with pornography, which is kept alive through the internet as a substitute for outdoor life ... - our collocutor said at the beginning of our conversation.

Do some stories have a happy ending?

It seems to me that the list of topics suggests that in “Belgrade Women” the reality of the 21st century is presented without embellishment. Most of the story has a happy ending, but it is not mechanically designed in neither part of the story, because that would mislead the reader. Instead, some stories offer the organic possibility of a happy ending in difficult conditions. In the end, all the stories are written from the standpoint of the heroine and her ideas and it surely contains that famous feminine way of writing.

Explain the differences between the masculine and feminine way of writing?

In less socially defined circumstances such as transitions, we are dealing with the collision of at least two different systems. The new system has not been established yet, but we can still observe recurrences of the old one everywhere. In everyday life, such circumstances impose the uncertainty of stable points of view and therefore it is wise to resort to intuition, to which women are more inclined than men. That is why; I thoughtthat writing about modernity from several feminine points of view would offer more possibilities than doing from a masculine standpoint. For instance, in the novels “Šnit” and “Žega”, I write about war from a masculine point of view, i.e. from the perspective of the physically stronger sex.Now, in order to create a feminine point of view, it is necessary to know women and I can immodestly say that I know them to certain extent. Some men have occasionally written a story or part of a novel from such a point of view, but for me it was very challenging to write an entire book in that way.

Can we consider bloggers as failed writers or journalists? A ctually, what do you think of this form of writing and how do they manage to convince people to give them a “Like”? By doing what?

In “Belgrade Women” there is a story called “The Grey Kit” about an unsuccessful writer who became blogger. It is true that part of the bloggers are recruited among literary people, no matter that they are successful or failed. Otherwise, I do not think that bloggers should necessarily be unsuccessful writers or journalists. It is a literary genre with its own laws. Of course, in a poor society it always happens that a bunch of people realize that writing is literally the cheapest form of creation and as far as investments are concerned, you just need a computer and that is all. That is why; we are dealing with a situation, where anyone can be recognized as a blogger and, besides that, where we should talk about writers and many people who feel as such. Many people give “Likes” to that first category, because they write directly. Life on social networks is increasingly taking root because social networks are not expensive and offer a convincing illusion of dynamism.

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