Liljana Dirjan 
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ДОМАШЕН БЛУЗ المقدونية

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ЕЛЕГИЈА المقدونية

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МЕСТА ТИЕ ЉУБЕНИ المقدونية

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БАЛКАН المقدونية

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АЛО, АЛО المقدونية

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ТАКА ЗБОРУВАШЕ МАРИНА ЦВЕТАЕВА المقدونية

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СЕЗАН И ДРВОТО ШТО ТРЕПЕРИ المقدونية

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РОДЕНДЕН المقدونية

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ЛАМЈАТА НА СВЕТИ ЃОРГИЈА المقدونية

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ДАМАСК, ТЕШКА СВИЛА المقدونية

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Liljana Dirjan 
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* 01.01.1953, Skopje, مقدونيا
13.12.2017, مقدونيا

Liljana Dirjan - a poet and translator - was born in Skopje (Republic of Macedonia) in 1953. She graduated from the Faculty of Philology in Skopje, at the Department of Yugoslav literature and Macedonian language. In 1980-81 she stayed in Paris as a scholarship holder of the French government and the foundation Gubelkijan.

She worked as a journalist in a student magazine and in several other newspapers such as 'Vecher' and Vjesnik', while in the previous ten years she was the editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine 'Zhena'. She received the award of 'Studentski zbor' for the best debut book of poetry in 1980 and 'Miladinov Brothers' award in 1985. Her poetry has been translated and presented in a great number of selections and anthologies of the contemporary Macedonian poetry.

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She is one of the founders and a member of The Independent Writers of Macedonia. Liljana Dirjan is editor of the regional literary magazine 'Sarajevske sveske' (published in Sarajevo, BiH).

المنشورات
  • Tiger im Diagramm

    Berlin: Corvinus Presse,

  • Природна појава

    награда Студентски збор

    Скопје: Мисла, 1980

  • Жива мера

    (награда Браќа Миладинови)

    Скопје: Наша книга, 1985

  • Пелин поле

    Скопје: Мисла, 1989

  • Champ d`abisinthe

    Paris: Edition Est Quest Internationales, 1996

  • Тешка свила

    Скопје: Матица македонска, 1997

  • Cocoons

    Chattanooga: Chattanooga Chapbooks, 1999

  • Schwere Seide

    Berlin: Corvinus Presse, 2000

  • Приватни светови

    Скопје: Независни писатели на Македонија, 2007

جوائز
  • 1980 Studentski zbor

  • 1985 Miladinov Brothers