READING BALKANS SARAJEVO: ŽIVKO GROZDANOSKI


Gost rezidencijalnog programa u organizaciji P.E.N. Centra u BiH za mjesec maj je Živko Grozdanoski iz Makedonije. On će svoj rad sarajevskoj publici predstaviti 31. maja u Udruženju za afirmaciju kulture i umjetnosti „Zvono“.

Živko Grozdanoski, rođen 10. novembra 1986. godine, proveo je većinu svog života u svom domu u selu Bigor Dolenci, u zapadnom dijelu Republike Makedonije. Završio je Američku srednju školu u Skoplju, zatim Filološki fakultet na Univerzitetu u Skoplju (Odsjek italijanskog jezika i književnosti). Preveo s italijanskog jezika tri knjige proze (Svevo, Ammaniti, Trevi), esej (Baricco) i knjigu poezije (Montale); objavio je četiri knjige (knjigu poezije, dvije kolekcije kratkih priča i roman).

2006. godine na Filmskom festivalu u Cannesu, u okviru Sedmice međunarodnih kritičara, predstavio je svoj amaterski dokumentarni film. Radio je u špedicijama, italijanskom kulturnom centru, restoranima, kompanijama za brizganje plastike i građevinskim tvrtkama.

Živkovo zadnje napisano književno djelo, roman Posljednje ime budućnosti, jednim dijelom bavi se i izgradnjom tunela na jugu Bosne i Hercegovine.

Boravak Živka Grozdanoskog u Sarajevu realizira se u okviru projekta READING BALKANS.

Reading Balkans je projekat koji za cilj ima promociju književnosti sa prostora Zapadnog Balkana kroz obrazovanje i formiranje literarnog agenta koji će zastupati regionalne pisce na međunarodnoj sceni.


The guest of the residential programme for writers in May, organized by the P.E.N. Centre in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is writer Zhivko Grozdanoski from Macedonia. He will present his body of work to the Sarajevo audience on May 31st, at the Association for promotion of Culture and Arts „Zvono“.

Zhivko Grozdanoski, born on November 10th 1986, has lived most of his life in his home in the village of Bigor Dolenci, in the western part of Republic of Macedonia. He has studied in an American high school in Skopje, and аt the University of philology in Skopje (Italian language and literature). He has translated from Italian three books of prose (Svevo, Ammaniti, Trevi), an essay (Baricco) and a book of poetry (Montale); he has published four books (one book of poetry, two books of short stories, one novel), and in 2006 he has presented his short amateur documentary in the critics’ week on the Cannes Film Festival. He has worked in a freight forwarding company, Italian cultural center, restaurants, a plastic injection molding plant, and a civil engineering company – Zhivko’s last work of literature, the novel “The last of all the Future’s names” deals also with the construction of a tunnel in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Zhivko’s stay in Sarajevo is realized as part of READING BALKANS project.
Reading Balkans is a project aimed at promoting literature from the Western Balkans through education and the formation of a literary agent who will represent regional writers on the international scene.

 

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