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  • Lenče Toseva

    Lenče Toseva, born in 1976 in Sveti Nikole (Macedonia), translates from Bulgarian, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Russian into Macedonian. In 2009 she received the prize of the Macedonian Association of…

  • Sophia Totzeva

    Dr. Sophia Totzeva, born in Sofia, studied Bulgarian and German Language and Literature in Sofia and Berlin. She obtained her Ph.D. in 1994 in the subject of Dramatics at the…

  • Suzana Tratnik

    Suzana Tratnik, born 1963 in Murska Sobota,studied sociology in Ljubljana. She is the author of several short-story collections, novels and young adult fiction books (Tombola ali življenje!). In 2007, Tratnik…

  • Andreas Tretner

    Andreas Tretner was born in 1959 in Gera, in the eastern part of Thüringen, and today lives on the north-western edge of Berlin. He studied interpretation and translation in Leipzig…

  • Verica Tričković

    Verica Tričković (née Jovanović) is a poet, editor and translator. Born in 1961 in Nerav, Macedonia, she emigrated to Serbia after graduating from high school. During the NATO air raids…

  • Đorđe Trišović

    Đorđe Trišović has translated Mascha Dabić’s Reibungsverluste into Serbian.

  • Tijana Tropin

    Tijana Tropin was born in 1977 in Belgrade, Serbia. In 2000 she finished her studies of World Literature and Literary Studies at the University of Belgrade. Since 2003 she works…

  • Aleš Učakar

    Aleš Učakar, born in Ljubljana in 1968, is an author, translator, and editor. He studied Comparative Literature and German Studies/Translation at the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana. After completing his…

  • Binak Ulaj

    Binak Ulaj, born in 1944 in the municipality of Plav (Montenegro), studied Albanian language and literature. From 1993 to 1996 he worked as an Albanian teacher at the  Xhevdet Doda…

  • Hajro Ulqinaku

    Hajro Ulqinaku has translated Andrej Nikolaidis’ Dolazak into Albanian.

  • Jana Unuk

    Jana Unuk was born in Maribor in 1959. Her literary translations into Slovene include works by Bosnian (Dževad Karahasan, Ferida Duraković), Serbian (Filip David, Vidosav Stevanović), English-language (Virginia Woolf, Isaac…

  • Anja Uršič

    Anja (Marija Ana) Uršič was born in 1935 in Krško, Slovenia. She learnt German in the primary school in Rassach, Austria. She studied archaeology at the University of Ljubljana where…