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Ana Ristovic

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Ana Ristovic est née à Belgrade (Serbie) en 1972, ville où elle habite. Elle a publié plu­sieurs ouvrages de poé­sie : Snovidna voda (Dreamwater) (1994, Branko Radičević's prize), Uže od pes­ka (Rope of Sand) (1997), Zabava za dokone kće­ri (Party for Lazybones Daughters) (1999, Prize of Branko Miljković and Prize at the Book fair in Igalo), Život na raz­gled­ni­ci (Life on the post­card) (2003), Oko nule (Round the Zero) (2006), and P.S – Selected Poems (2009) – Prize Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja, 2010.

Elle a aus­si reçu The German prize for young European poe­try Hubert Burda Preis (2005).

Les poèmes d’Ana Ristovic paraissent dans diverses antho­lo­gies et revues. Ils sont tra­duits en anglais, alle­mand, slo­vaque, fran­çais, macé­do­nien, slo­vène, polo­nais, bul­gare, sué­dois et fin­lan­dais. Ses livres tra­duits sont parus en Slovénie, Slovaquie et Allemagne.

Ana Ristovic tra­duit aus­si des romans et des recueils de poé­sie slo­vènes en serbe.

 

Ana Ristović was born at 5th April 1972 in Belgrade, Serbia. She has fini­shed com­pa­ra­tive lite­ra­ture at the Philological facul­ty in Belgrade. She has publi­shed the fol­lo­wing books of poe­try : Snovidna voda (Dreamwater) (1994, Branko Radičević's prize), Uže od pes­ka (Rope of Sand) (1997), Zabava za dokone kće­ri (Party for Lazybones Daughters) (1999, Prize of Branko Miljković and Prize at the Book fair in Igalo), Život na raz­gled­ni­ci (Life on the post­card) (2003), Oko nule (Round the Zero) (2006), and P.S – Selected Poems (2009) – Prize Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja, 2010. She has also recei­ved German prize for young European poe­try Hubert Burda Preis (2005).

 

Her poems have been trans­la­ted into English, German, Slovakian, French, Macedonian, Slovenian, Polish, Bulgarian, Swedish and Finnish lan­guage and have appea­red in seve­ral domes­tic and forei­gn antho­lo­gies, and maga­zines. Her books of poe­try have been trans­la­ted and publi­shed in Slowakian, Slovenian and German lan­guage.

 

She is also trans­la­tor from Slovenian into Serbian lan­guage, and in her trans­la­tion since now have been publi­shed 18 books of modern Slovenian prose and poe­try.

 

Lives in Belgrade.