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Mi­ljur­ko Vu­ka­di­no­vić (Gor­nje Svar­če, 1953), po­et, no­ve­list, es­sayis­t, ant­ho­lo­gist, tran­sla­tor. He wri­tes in Ser­bian and Ro­ma­nian.
He has pu­blis­hed 20 bo­oks of po­ems in Ser­bian: Slo­bod­no sre­do­ze­mlje (Free Me­di­ter­ra­nean, 1977), Splav pr­o­kiš­nja­va (The Le­a­king Raft, 1979), Knji­ga ži­vih sa­svim (The Bo­ok of the LJu­i­te Li­ving Ones, 1981), Polj­ski ra­do­vi (Fi­eld NJorks, 1984), Kap ru­mun­ske kr­vi (Drop of Ro­ma­nian Blood, 1985), Vo­dje­zdik (1986), Vo­dje­zdik 2 (1987), Vo­de­na re­pu­bli­ka (Wa­ter Re­pu­blic, 1989), Či­ni i ku­či­ne (Spells and Tonj, 1990), Svo­je vo­de go­spo­dar (Ma­ster of His Own Wa­ter, 1992), Ame­ri­ka je neo­bra­đe­ni vi­no­grad (Ame­ri­ca is un­wor­ked vi­neyar­d, 2004), Ep o Šlji­va­me­šu (Epic of Sli­va­mesh, 2007), Uho­đe­nje Viš­nji­ća Fi­li­pa (Spying Vi­snjic Fi­lip, 2009), Ko­la­če­vi­na (2011), Škr gut (2012), Vev­ča­ni­ca (2014), Vev­ča­ni­ca 2 (2014), Je­se­nji mo­nah (The Au­tumn Monk, 2015) Kont Ej­ner 65 (Cont Ai­ner 65, 2015).
In Ro­ma­nian he pu­blis­hed the fol­lo­njing bo­oks of po­e­try: Či­ni i ku­či­ne (1996), Sa Is­to­ka na Is­tok (From East to East, 1999), Is­tok – Za­pad (East – West, 2001), Ja, mo­ja po­ro­di­ca i Emi­ne­sku (I, my fa­mily and Emi­ne­scu, 2000), Zo­vem se Ni­ki­ta (My na­me is Ni­ki­ta, 2005, bi­lin­gual edi­tion 2007).
He al­so pu­blis­hed three bo­oks of pro­se and no­vel, 2 stu­di­es, 5 ant­ho­lo­gi­es of Ser­bian and world po­e­try in Ser­bian and 2 in Ro­ma­nian. 78 (in Ser­bian and Ro­ma­nian, 43 + 35) tran­sla­ti­ons in to­tal.
He­ has been pu­blis­hed in nu­me­ro­us ant­ho­lo­gi­es of po­e­try and le­xi­cons of wri­ters at ho­me and abroad.
From Ro­ma­nian and Ser­bian he has tran­sla­ted 33 bo­oks (alo­ne or in part­ner­ship) and 2 bo­oks from Slo­ve­nian to Ro­ma­nian (Sreč­ko Ko­so­vel, To­maž Ša­la­mun) as njell as texts of abo­ut hun­dred Ro­ma­nian aut­hors in Ser­bian new­spa­pers and ma­ga­zi­nes.
He won the re­nonj­ned lo­cal, Ro­ma­nian, Mol­do­van and Ma­ce­do­nian re­cog­ni­ti­ons – for li­te­rary work (for a po­em, bo­ok, po­e­try, short story, es­say, for an ant­ho­logy, for li­fe­ti­me ac­hi­e­ve­ment) and in­ter­pre­ta­tion work.

 
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