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Savo Kostadinovski

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Savo Kostadinovski
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BornСаво Костадиновски
(1950-05-30) May 30, 1950 (age 71)
Gorno Botušje, PR Macedonia, FPR Yugoslavia
OccupationWriter, travel writer and translator
LanguageMacedonian, German
NationalityMacedonian
Notable awardsIselenička gramota
Blagodarnica za iselenikot

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Savo Kostadinovski (Macedonian: Саво Костадиновски; born May 30, 1950) is a Macedonian-German writer, travel writer and translator. He writes poetry and prose, for children, youth and adults, in Macedonian and German, and his works have also been published in Serbian and Romanian.[1][2][3]

Life and career[edit]

His native village is Gornje Botušje, which is located near Makedonski Brod, in today North Macedonia. There and in and Gostivar he went to primary school. After the catastrophic earthquake in Skopje in 1963, he lived in Belgrade, Slavonski Brod, Zagreb and other places in the former Yugoslavia. He has lived and worked in Germany since 1971 – after Munich, Würzburg and Frankfurt am Main since 1973 in Cologne. By correspondence, he finished the high school of mechanical engineering at the Workers' University "New Belgrade", and in Cologne he acquired the title of technical engineer of the third degree.[4]

Kostadinovski has published books of poems, short stories, essays, translations and journalistic texts. His works have been published in several languages and represented in numerous anthologies, and poetry and prose for children in school textbooks in Northern Macedonia.[4]

He is the winner of many awards and commendations, including the "Emigrant's Diploma" of the Matica na iselenicite od Makedonija 1993, within the Struga Poetry Evenings, and "Blagodarnica za iselenikot" of the Macedonian Agency for Emigration 2020.[5] Driven by a travel urge, he traveled through Europe, North America, Australia, India, Tibet, China and Senegal.

Savo Kostadinovski is a member of the Writers' Association of Macedonia,[6] Association of Writers of Germany, Association of Literary Translators of Macedonia and Association of Journalists of Macedonia.

Bibliography[edit]

Poetry books for children and youth[edit]

  • Summer in My Birthplace (Detska radost, Skopje, 1980)[7]
  • Longings (Dom na kultura "Kočo Racin", Skopje, 1989)
  • Children of the World (Dom na kultura "Kočo Racin", Skopje, 1990)
  • Cage Without Birds – From Botušje to Cologne (Pečalbarski denovi, Vevčani, 1990)
  • Poems – ten books in one (Kulturno-prosvetna zaednica na Skopje, 1991)
  • Poems from Botušje – selection (Dom na kultura "Kočo Racin", Skopje, 1992)
  • Poems – ten books in one (Kulturno-prosvetna zaednica na Skopje, 1993)
  • Poreče (Misla, Skopje, 1995)
  • A Thousand and One Nostalgia – selection (Detska radost, Skopje, 2001)
  • Together with Filip (Antolog, Skopje, 2013)
  • Talks with Beti (Antolog, Skopje, 2013)
  • Verse Years (Antolog, Skopje, 2013)
  • Eternal Voice – selection (Antolog, Skopje, 2014)
  • Letters to Filip (Antolog, Skopje, 2014)
  • On Vacation at Filip's (Antolog, Skopje, 2014)
  • Always with Filip (Antolog, Skopje, 2014)
  • Filip is a First Grader (Antolog, Skopje, 2014)
  • How Philip Learned the Alphabet (Antolog, Skopje, 2014)
  • Pearls for Bisera (Antolog, Skopje, 2014)
  • Notes from America (Antolog, Skopje, 2015)
  • Close Poems in Distant Australia (Antolog, Skopje, 2015)
  • Europe in Verses (Antolog, Skopje, 2015)
  • Poreče (Antolog, Skopje, 2015)
  • From Botušje to Paris (Antolog, Skopje, 2015)
  • Without Birthplace (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)
  • Cologne and I (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)
  • With the Homeland (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)
  • From Life in Europe (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)
  • Macedonian Sights (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)

Prose books for children and youth[edit]

  • Birthplace with a Heart (Makedonska reč, Skopje, 2005)
  • Birthplace with a Heart (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)
  • Geburtsende mit Herz – in German (Literatur-Atelier, Bonn, 2016)
  • Bisera and Filip (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)
  • Bisera und Filip – in German (Literatur-Atelier, Bonn, 2016)

Books for adults[edit]

  • Poetry About Poetry – bilingually, in Macedonian and Romanian (Bucharest, 2002)
  • Poetry About Poetry – bilingually, in Macedonian and German (Matica makedonska, Skopje, 2012)
  • Three Ages, biographical novel (Makedonska reč, Skopje, 2005)[8]
  • Poetry in the Life of a Poet – bilingually, in Macedonian and German (Makedonika litera, Skopje, 2013)[9]
  • Love is Still Alive – joint collection with Therese Reuber, in German (Makedonika litera, Skopje, 2014)
  • Life for Botušje – bilingually, in Macedonian and German (Makedonika litera, Skopje, 2014)
  • Poems from Cologne – bilingually, in Macedonian and German (Makedonika litera, Skopje, 2014)
  • Poetry About Poetry – in Serbian (Banatski kulturni centar, Novo Miloševo, 2015)
  • History of Wars – bilingually, in Macedonian and German (Makedonika litera, Skopje, 2015)[10]
  • Three Ages, biographical novel – second, supplemented edition (Makedonika litera, Skopje, 2016)[11]
  • Drei Zeitalter, biographical novel – in German (Literatur-Atelier, Bonn, 2016)
  • Under Good Water, monograph about native Gornje Botušje (Antolog, Skopje, 2016)

See more[edit]

  • Macedonian diaspora
  • Macedonians in Germany
  • Macedonian literature
  • List of Macedonian writers
  • List of Serbian writers

References[edit]

  1. About Savo Kostadinovski, Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek. Retrieved: April 19, 2021.
  2. Biography of Savo Kostadinovski, Banatski kulturni centar, 2015. Retrieved: April 19, 2021.
  3. "Savo Kostadinovski napišal 127 knigi poezija i site gi podaril", Sakam da kažam, November 3, 2019. Retrieved: April 19, 2021.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Biography of Savo Kostadinovski, Kniževen centar "Antolog". Retrieved: April 20, 2021.
  5. "Blagodarnica za iselenikot Savo Kostadinovski od Agencijata za iseleništvo", Makedonska nacija, September 9, 2020. Retrieved: April 20, 2021.
  6. List of members of the Writers' Association of Macedonia Writers' Association of Macedonia. Retrieved: April 20, 2021
  7. "Summer in My Birthplace" by Savo Kostadinovski, National Library of Australia. Retrieved: April 21, 2021.
  8. "Three Ages", Makedonika litera, 2005. Retrieved: April 21, 2021.
  9. "Objavena poetska kniga od Savo Kostadinovski", COOLTURA.mk, March 11, 2014. Retrieved: April 21, 2021.
  10. "Dvojazična poetska kniga 'Istorija na vojnite' od Savo Kostadinovski", A1on.mk, March 29, 2016. Retrieved: April 21, 2021.
  11. "Trite veka", Makedonika litera, 2016. Retrieved: April 21, 2021.

Literature[edit]

  • Pavlovski, J.; Siljan, R.; Smilevski, V.; Todorovski, G. (2004). Makedonski pisateli. Skopje: Društvo na pisateli na Makedonija. pp. 124–125. ISBN 9989-855-07-2. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png

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