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Marija Andrijašević


Marija Andrijašević

Marija Andrijašević (1984, Croatia) holds MA in Comparative literature and Ethnology and social anthropology from University of humanities and social sciences in Zagreb. In 2007 she was awarded with „Goran for young poets“ for her book of poetry david, they did things to me. Before and after that, she published her poetry in literary magazines (Re, Quorum, Knjigomat, Poezija). Her poetry is included in anthologies of contemporary poetry (I u nebo i u niks, Hrvatska mlada lirika ...) as well as Italian selection of poetry from Balkans Voci di donne della ex Jugoslavia. Her poetry has been translated to Slovenian, Italian, Ukranian, English, Polish, and Romanian. In 2018 she received an annual grant from Republic of Croatia Ministry of Culture for her work-in-progress first novel Grad na vodi (The City on the Water).

Miloš Đurđević


Miloš Đurđević, born in 1961 on the island Rab. Studied Philosophy and Literature. During his student years published literary criticisms, poetry and translations, was a member of the editorial board at the Quorum magazine, worked as a literary critic at Radiojo 101 and as a journalist at Slobodna Dalmacija. Published his poetry, literary criticisms, essays and translations from English in various literary periodicals and broadcasts them on the radio. 

Ana Brnardić


Ana Brnardić

Ana Brnardić (1980, Croatia) was born in Zagreb. She holds an M.A. in Comparative Literature and Croatian Language and Literature (University of Zagreb) and an M.A. in Music (violin; Music Academy in Zagreb). She has published four collections of poems. Some Sage’s Pencil (1998) received the Goran Award for Young Poets and the Slavić Award, which is given out by the Croatian Writers' Association for the best debut poetry collection in 1999. In 2005 her Waltzing Snakes received the Kvirin Award for young poets. The Genesis of Birds came out in 2009 and was followed by selected poems in Romanian Hotel cu muzicieni. Her new collection of poems, Uphill (Uzbrdo), was published in Zagreb in April 2015.

Ana Brnardić is coming to Days of Poetry and Wine through European poetry platform Versopolis.