Dusan Gojkov


Dusan Gojkov was born in 1965 in Belgrade.

Since the mid-eighties he has published a book of short prose, five novels, a collection of literary essays and two collections of radio essays.

His works have been translated into English, French, German, Danish, Greek, Macedonian and Slovenian.

He has published prose, poetry and essays in literary magazines in his homeland and internationally, and his works have been included in eleven domestic and foreign antologies of contemporary prose.

For his fiction he has received several important awards (Laza K. Lazarevic, Annual Awar "Jazzbine", Dimitrije Mitrinovic, East-West...).

The author has directed eight radio dramas of his own, two cycles of original radio essays, various dramatisations for radio, and has directed more than a hundred works, both prose and poetry, by domestic and foreign authors. He was the author of two television documentary series.

As a journalist, he has reported for a number of South Slav papers from thirty seven countries. He was an editor on the culture desk at Radio Belgrade, Radio B92, Radio Politika, NIN, Košava, etc.

He is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Balkan Literary Herald.

As a publisher, since 2009, he has published twenty four books by contemporary Balkan authors.


Other People's Memories
Price: $1.20 USD. Words: 840. Language: English. Published: October 23, 2011 by Style Writes Now. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » General
A prose poem by Dusan Gojkov

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