Intern Update: Ljubo Popovich

Ljubo Popovich, was a Poetry Editor from Issue 8.


Ljubo is a Phoenix native who received his BA in English Literature from ASU. He married a fellow ASU graduate (Sydney Popovich) and now lives in Denver. After discovering a shared interest in writing, they began collaborating on short stories. Their science fiction and fantasy were accepted by several literary magazines and their first science fiction novel was serialized by Bewildering Stories in 2019. It is called Echoes from Dust.


A second novel, Undertones, a comedic noir about an anthropomorphic jazz band, was published on January 2, 2020, featuring a cover design by the co-author, Syd.


Aside from writing and raising a very needy cat, they frequently travel to Montenegro to visit family, and learn everything they can from literature, art and film. They couldn’t have asked for better writing (and life) partners, and will continue publishing under their nom de plume, L. S. Popovich.


Ljubo loves networking with other writers and readers and can be found on Goodreads. You can read excerpts, poems and stories on LSPopovich.com

Undertones ISBN: 978-1-68433-401-8

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4 thoughts on “Intern Update: Ljubo Popovich

  • February 13, 2020 at 7:25 pm
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    Congratulations to the Popoviches on the recent novel release! Best of luck to them as they continue their literary journey.

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  • February 14, 2020 at 3:39 pm
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    It’s so exciting to see an artistic collaboration like this. Congratulations on publishing another novel! Keep up the good work L. S. Popovich(s).

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  • February 16, 2020 at 8:09 pm
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    It’s so incredible when life partners are also creative partners! Congratulation to both of the Popoviches on Echoes From Dust. I might just need to pick up a copy to add to my bookshelf!

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  • February 16, 2020 at 8:14 pm
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    I think it is very cool that two people came together to create stories, especially ones that made it into literary magazines or became published. I also like how their pen name is both their initials and then their shared last name. Congrats to them for all they’ve accomplished!

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