Dejan Trajkoski
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Dejan Trajkoski

Dejan Trajkoski (1977, Prilep) is a well-known Macedonian author of the younger generation. He has a degree in philosophy. He has authored the novels Istina, ljubav (Rašomonijada) (Truth, Love – The Rashomon Effect), 2012 and Infidelity (Неверство), 2014, which has been translated into Armenian, English, Albanian and Serbian. Trajkoski is the conceptualiser and director of
Steve Sem-Sandberg
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Steve Sem-Sandberg

Steve Sem-Sandberg (b. 1958) divides his time between Vienna and Stockholm. He has won a number of literary awards (such as the August Prize in 2009, the Aftonbladet Literary Award and the De Nios Grand Award) and has been shortlisted for the prestigious Nordic Council Literary Award on two occasions. His trilogy on three women
Draginja Ramadanski
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Draginja Ramadanski

Draginja Ramadanski (1953) is an archivist, expert in Russian language and literature and a literary translator. Her translations, studies and essays have been featured in literary, professional and scientific publications since 1980. She earned her Master Degree in 1985 from the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade (Constructive features of V. V. Rozanov’s prose) and her
Milutin Ž. Pavlov
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Milutin Ž. Pavlov

Born on 27th March 1943 in Kikinda, Milutin Ž. Pavlov received his education in Požarevac, Kikinda, Zrenjanin and Novi Sad, graduating as an actor in 1966 from class of Prof. Ljubica Ravasi. In the period between 1966 and 1972 he worked as an actor in Vršac and Leskovac, where he was a dramaturge as well.
Roland Orcsik
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Roland Orcsik

Roland Orcsik was born in 1975 in the multi-linguistic Vojvodinian town of Stari Bečej. In 1992 he moved to Szeged (Hungary) where he still lives. He completed his primary education in his hometown, and started the secondary education in Ada. In 1995 he started studying Hungarian Language and Literature and Comparative Literature at the University
Victor Erofeyev
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Victor Erofeyev

Born on 19th September 1947 in Moscow to the family of the political assistant to Molotov and Stalin’s personal interpreter for French, Victor Erofeyev lived in Paris for several years as a child with his parents. Graduating from the Faculty of Philology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University, he went on to obtain an MA
Natalia Fiedorczuk-Cieślak
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Natalia Fiedorczuk-Cieślak

Natalia Fiedorczuk-Cieślak (1984) is a multi-talented Polish artist, whose debut novel How to Fall in Love with Shopping Centres has earned her one of the most prestigious Polish literary awards – “Polityka” Passport. It came as a surprise for her as well, because it was more logical to expect a music award, since she is