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Vlada Urošević


Vlada Urošević

Born in Skopje in 1934. Studied literature at Skopje University, where he works as a full-time professor at the Department of General and Comparative Literature. Numerous volumes of poetry, short stories, and literary criticism. Author of several anthologies. His works have been translated into Serbian, Croatian, Slovene, French, and Polish. He has translated over 30 titles from Macedonian into Serbian and Croatian and some 20 from the other languages of former Yugoslavia and from French into Macedonian. Winner of numerous prizes.

His poetry has a wide range and a consistent sense of style. His verse bears the mark of a hard structure, which makes him a difficult poet to quote in detail; the whole poem is often what makes the point, not the individual images.

Gjoko Zdraveski


Gjoko Zdraveski

Gjoko Zdraveski was born in Skopje in 1985. He graduated from Blaže Koneski Faculty of Philology and works as a Macedonian language teacher at the Faculty of Philology in Niš, Serbia. He writes poetry, short short stories and essays. He published two poetry books: Palindrome with Double N (Палиндром со две н, 2010) and House for Migratory Birds (Куќичка за птици-преселници, 2013). Zdraveski has also co-authored a book titled Cake out of the Window (Tortu kroz prozor, 2010) with several poets from Serbia and Macedonia. His poetry has been translated into Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, Bulgarian, Spanish, Czech and English.

Festival Days of poetry and wine

2017