Tihomir Jancovski

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Tihomir Jancovski

Tihomir Jancovski, born in 1967 in Skopje, Macedonia is a poet, translator, and columnist. Before the age of thirty, the author travelled, studied, and lived all over Europe: Skopje, Bruxelles, Amsterdam, Skiathos Island, London, Budapest, and more. His practical experiences include those of a waiter, bar-tender, paper boy, laborer, musician, salesman, teacher and a journalist. Jancovski studied in the fields of Literature and History in Macedonia and Medieval Studies in Hungary. In 2008, he wrote a book on the History of Monasticism in Macedonia in the 20th century.

Since 1997, the author has been living in Skopje, working as a translator and World History teacher. He has compiled and translated an anthology of contemporary Bosnian poetry and translated Rumi into Macedonian (Two Worlds). Tihomir Jancovski is considered as one of the most widely-read poets in his country. Selections of his poems were published in many international magazines, including Proglas, Zivot, Muse India, Texas Poetry Review Journal and Voix Vivre. Thus far, he has published nine books of poetry, some of which have been translated into English, Slovakian, Bosnian, Serbian, French, Croatian, Slovenian, German, Italian, and Albanian. 

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