Savo Martinović

Savo Martinović (born 1935, in Danilovgrad, Montenegro, then Yugoslavia) is a well-known Montenegrin satirist who now lives in Belgrade, Serbia. He is a member of the brotherhood of Serbian writers.


* "Beograđanin sam više od pola vijeka, kako bi rekao Beštić, a to nije malo. Sekciji i Krugu pripadam, jer sam među svojima." [ [http://host.sezampro.yu/aforizmi/etna/etna55/etna17.htm Etna] ]


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