Teodor Reljic by Virginia Monteforte

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Teodor Reljić is a writer of fiction, a freelance feature and copywriter, and culture editor and film critic at MaltaToday.

His debut novel, Two, is published by Merlin Publishers. He has previously been published in Weird Fiction Review, Le Monde N’Est Pas Rond and Filmkrant.

He is currently busy scripting MIBDUL, Malta’s very first serialized comic, which will be illustrated by Inez Kristina and launched in late 2018 through Merlin Publishers.

Reljić is also in the process of writing a feature-length film to be directed and produced by Martin Bonnici, for Shadeena Films.

He read English and obtained his Master’s degree from the University of Malta in 2010.

Born in Belgrade (1985) but raised in Malta (1992-present), he is interested myth, metamorphosis, monstrosity, film history and pop culture; a melange of which you will likely see dripping into this blog in semi-regular intervals.

You can follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

He can be reached on teodoreljic [at] gmail.com.


LISTEN: Teodor Reljic interviewed for Call Kaye (BBC Scotland) about Peter Andre’s appointment as Cultural Ambassador for Valletta

WATCH: Teodor Reljic speaks about the comic book series Pretty Deadly (Kelly Sue De Connick, Emma Rios, Jordie Bellaire) on Maltese public television (NB: Maltese questions, English replies!)

Read more about Two

Read more about MIBDUL


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