L'oeuvre de Milorad Pavić a davantage intéressé à l'étranger qu'en Serbie.
Au cours des trois dernières années, c'est-à-dire depuis le décès de Milorad Pavić, on recense 56 publications de ses livres : 48 à l’étranger et 7 chez nous. Des traductions des ouvrages de Pavić ont été éditées : en Amérique, Russie, France, Chine, Corée du sud, Mexique, Mongolie, Bulgarie, Grèce, Slovaquie, Géorgie, Azerbaïdjan, Albanie, Monténégro, Turquie, Tchéquie, Lituanie.
From Pavic's demise until today, during the period 2010-2013, there are 58 published editions of his books. Out of that, 47 editions are published abroad and 11 books are from the local publishers. Translations of various titles have been printed in the United States, Russia, France, South Korea, Mexico, Mongolia, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovakia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Montenegro, Turkey, Czech Republic, Lithuania.
Also it were played four theatrical performances in Russia, Romania, Poland and Republika Srpska.
Milorad Pavic’s Bequest which this writer endowed to his hometown of Belgrade, will be for the first time opened for the public during the „European Heritage Days“ (European Heritage Days – a joint action of the Council of Europe and the European Commission). Founder of the Pavic legacy is the city of Belgrade, while his trustee is his wife, writer Jasmina Mihajlovic.
The March edition of the magazine Serbica, issued by Université Michel de Montaigne – Bordeaux 3, has published a special edition (dossier) dedicated to Milorad Pavic, under the title „The first writer of the XXI century“ (Le premier écrivain XXIe du siècle). At www.serbica.fr, besides extracts from four Pavić books and Autobiographies, which is translated by Marija Bezanovska,
- Dictionary of the Khazars – Theatrical spectacle in Poland
- Interview with Jasmina Mihajlovic
- Milorad Pavić – TWO YEARS LATER: Translation, editions and theatre performances
- Facsimile of the Milorad Pavic’s handwriting „Dictionary of the Khazars“ gifted to the Republic of the Azerbaijan
- Unveiled a monument dedicated to Milorad Pavic
- Milorad Pavić’s monument arrived from Azerbaijan