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Croatia

Spomenka Štimec

Spomenka Štimec is a leading figure in the small but vibrant world of Esperanto literature. Active in Esperanto culture since her youth, she has authored dozens of works in Esperanto...

Zoran Janjanin

Zoran Janjanin was born in Karlovac, Croatia, in 1980. He published a novel, Hazmat, and two collections of stories, Zašto očajavati? (Why Despair?) and Crno na crno (Black on...

Ivana Rogar

Ivana Rogar was born in 1978, in Zagreb, Croatia, where she studied comparative literature and English language. She is an editor in the publishing house Durieux and at the literary magazines...

Muharem Bazdulj

Muharem Bazdulj, born in 1977, is one of the leading writers of the younger generation to appear in the countries of the former Yugoslavia. He writes in a wide variety of genres, including...

Miroslav Kirin

Miroslav Kirin was born in 1965 in Sisak, Croatia, and lives in Zagreb. He is the author of five volumes of poetry: Od nje do vječnosti [From Her to Eternity], 1989, which won the Goran Prize...

Dubravka Ugrešic

Dubravka Ugrešic was born in the former Yugoslavia (Croatia). She is a novelist, essayist, and literary scholar. Her publications include the novels The Museum of Unconditional Surrender...

Miroslav Krleza

Miroslav Krleza (1893-1981) is considered one of the most important Central European authors of the twentieth century. In his career he was a poet, playwright, screenwriter, novelist, essaying,...
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