ANDONOVSKI, Venko


ANDONOVSKI, Venko (Kumanovo, 30. Ⅴ 1964) – poet, short story writer, novelist, playwright, essayist, critic, publicist, translator, columnist, anthologist, university professor. He graduated at the Department of General and Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Philology in Skopje. He completed postgraduate studies in Macedonian and Croatian literature in Skopje and Zagreb. M.Sc. and Ph.D. at the Faculty of Philology in Skopje, where he is employed as a full professor in the subjects New Croatian Literature and Theory of Literature (Department of Macedonian and South Slavic Literatures). He is a member of the Macedonian Writers' Association and the Macedonian PEN Center. A fruitful author who manifests itself with success in many genre areas of contemporary Macedonian literature, and his books almost regularly experience repeated editions. The specific letter is adorned with a recognizable degree of rich literary education, authoritative rationality and scientific objectivity, which makes it a very popular author of contemporary Macedonian literature. BIB: The Heart of Varvara, Poetry, 1986; Quartet of lyricists, short stories, 1989; Frescoes and grotesques, short stories, 1993; Alphabet for Disobedient, novel, 1994; Navel of the world, novel, 2000; Witch, novel, 2006; Three plays (Hell Machine, Rebellion in the Old Man's Home, Slavic Chest); Candide in Wonderland, novel, 2004. He is author of a series of works in the field of literature science: Matoshev bells, 1996; Text Processes, 1996; The Structure of the Macedonian Realistic Novel (Doctoral Dissertation), 1997; Deciphering, 2000; as well as the publicist works: Kitsch Mythology, 2001; anthologies: Izlazak iz senke, 1989 and Song behind the songs, 1997; translations from Terry Eagleton: Literary Theories, 2000 and Slavko Mihalic: The Garden of Black Apples, 1997. Kr. Nick. Veroljub Andonovski

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