Publishing

Besides festival events and activities, in past 55 year Struga Poetry Evenings developed extensive publishing activity. Struga Poetry Evenings each year publish representational book of poetry by the winner of the award Golden Wreath in the original language and translated in Macedonian.

In the Pleiades edition there are published selections of the poetries of eminent poets of the world, Anthologies of poetries of the participating countries, poetry selections of the poet – winner of the award for young poets Bridges of Struga, a poetry selection of the Macedonian poets – winners of the Miladinov Brothers award in foreign languages, the poetry collection of the participants Poetry from Five Continents -Who is Who and other occasional poetry editions.

Below is the list with the most important publishing projects of Struga Poetry Evenings.

Selected poems by winner of Golden Wreath Award for overall poetry opus:

– 1971 W. H. Auden (USA)
– 1972 Pablo Neruda (Chile)
– 1973 Eugenio Montale (Italy)
– 1974 Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca (Turkey)
– 1975 Léopold Sédar Senghor (Senegal)
– 1976 Eugène Guillevic (France)
– 1977 Artur Lundkvist (Sweden)
– 1978 Rafael Alberti (Spain)
– 1979 Miroslav Krleža (SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia)
– 1980 Hans Magnus Enzensberger (West Germany)
– 1981 Blaže Koneski (SR Macedonia, SFR Yugoslavia)
– 1982 Nichita Stănescu (Romania)
– 1983 Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan Agyey (India)
– 1984 Andrey Voznesensky (USSR)
– 1985 Yiannis Ritsos (Greece)
– 1986 Allen Ginsberg (USA)
– 1987 Tadeusz Różewicz (Poland)
– 1988 Desanka Maksimović (SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia)
– 1989 Thomas W. Shapcott (Australia)
– 1990 Justo Jorge Padrón (Spain)
– 1991 Joseph Brodsky (USA)
– 1992 Ferenc Juhász (Hungary)
– 1993 Gennadiy Aygi (Chuvash Republic, Russian Federation)
– 1994 Ted Hughes (United Kingdom)
– 1995 Yehuda Amichai (Israel)
– 1996 Makoto Ooka (Japan)
– 1997 Adunis (Syria)
– 1998 Lu Yuan (China)
– 1999 Yves Bonnefoy (France)
– 2000 Edoardo Sanguineti (Italy)
– 2001 Seamus Heaney (Northern Ireland)
– 2002 Slavko Mihalić (Croatia)
– 2003 Tomas Tranströmer (Sweden)
– 2004 Vasco Graça Moura (Portugal)
– 2005 William S. Merwin (USA)
– 2006 Nancy Morejón (Cuba)
– 2007 Mahmoud Darwish (Palestine)
– 2008 Fatos Arapi (Albania)
– 2009 Tomaž Šalamun (Slovenia)
– 2010 Lyubomir Levchev (Bulgaria)
– 2011 Mateja Matevski (Macedonia)
– 2012 Mongane Wally Serote (South Africa)
– 2013 José Emilio Pacheco (Mexico)

Selected poems by winner of Miladinov Brothers Award for best poetry book:

1997 Gligor Stojkovski “Forgotten Eye on the Sky”
1998 Gordana Mihajlova Bosnakovska “Mountains of Paper Boxes”
1999 Jovan Koteski “Daybreak”
2000 Slave Gorgjo Dimoski “Dark Place”
2001 Sande Stojchevski “Trimka”
2002 Radovan Pavlovski “Shield”
2003 Eftim Kletnikov “Live Stone”
2004 Petko Dabeski “Sheaf of Parables”
2005 Petar T. Boskovski “Tansy”
2006 Bratislav Tashkovski “The Great Love Song”
2007 Nikola Madzjirov “Replaced Stone”
2008 Risto Lazarov “In the Middle”
2009 Vesna Acevska “One Hundred Leaves”
2010 Vladimir Martinovski “Quarters”
2011 Vele Smilevski “Forbidden Book”
2012 Milos Lindro “Foundations of heaven”

 Bridges of Struga Award Edition

As a renowned world festival, Struga Poetry Evenings is held under the patronage of UNESCO, and there is the UNESCO award Bridges of Struga that is allocated to the best poetry book by a young poet from around the world by means of an international competition. All books by the winners of the award are published in Macedonian.

– 2004 Angelo V. Suarez (The Philippines), The Nymph of MTV
– 2005 Andrea Cote (Colombia), The Burnt Port
– 2006 Marianna Geide (Russian Federation)
– 2007 Manua Rime (Belgium), A Bouquet of Humanity
– 2008 Antonija Novakovic (Croatia) It’s Easy for Me to Be Worse
– 2009 Ousmane Sarr-Sarrouss (Senegal), The rhythm of the waves
– 2010 Siim Kera (Estonia), Let me just sit here until the orchestra plays
– 2011 Hiroshi Taniuchi (Japan), Plus One Word to the World
– 2012 François-Xavier Maigre (France), In the fist of the wind
– 2013 Nikolina Andova (Macedonia), The entrance is on the other side

PLEIADES EDITIONS

Edition 1999

Slavko Mihalich (Croatia), The Garden of Black Apples
Blaga Dimitrova (Bulgaria), Scars
Vjacheslav Kuprijanov (Russia), Singing and Thinking Exercises
Fatos Arapi (Albania), A Day of Sorrow
Markos Meskos (Greece), Distant Land
Kenneth White (United Kingdom), Travelling through Wandering Dawns

Edition 2000

István Ágh (Hungary), The Flowering Dream
Veno Taufer (Slovenia), The World’s Wound
Jan Tvardovski (Poland), Love Seeking for Love
Ozdemir Ince (Turkey), The Face of Fear
Amir Or (Israel), Drowning, I Breathe Living Water
Rainer Kunze (Germany), Poetry
Tomas Tranströmer (Sweden), When the Snowflakes Blossom in the Universe

Edition 2001

Jean Logie (France), Jubilee
Milan Rufos (Slovakia), Daily Dialogue
Mohammed Bennis (Morocco), The Gift of Emptiness
Radmila Lazic (Serbia and Montenegro), The Twighlight’s Metaphysics
Leopoldo de Luis (Spain), No one Departs from Here

Edition 2002

Tom Petsinis (Australia), Heritage
Katarina Frostenson (Sweden), Voices from the Plains

Edition 2003

Safaa Fati (Egypt), The First and the Last
Marko Veshovich (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Field Cavalry
Pavlo Movchan (Ukraine), The Sacrificial Site
Helen Dorion (Canada), Lights and Shadows
Nikolaj K’nchev (Bulgaria), The Collar of Millstone
Anastasis Vistonitis (Greece), Internal Exile
Dritero Agoli (Albania), The Defeat of Lek Dukagini

Edition 2004

Abdel Kader El Janabi (Iraq), Salt and Memories
Bei Dao (China), Bed of Insomnia
Arturo Corcuera (Peru), The Dance of the Caged Bird
Ana Blandiana (Romania), Archangel in Soot
John F. Deane (Ireland), Testament of Pain
Philippe Jones (Belgium), Fable or Forest
Sudeep Sen (India), Alexander’s Soil

Edition 2005

Tanikawa Suntaru (Japan), Minimal
Breyten Breytenbach (South Africa), Time of War and Need
Rita Dove (USA), Stolen time
Lionel Ray (France), Syllables of Sand
Les Murray (Australia), Learning Human
Tarek Eltayeb (Sudan), A Stone Larger than the Sky
Hedi Bouraoui (Canada), Struga

Edition 2006

Knut Ødegård (Norway), Misa and other poems
Selima Hill (Great Britain), Imaginary cows
Casimiro de Brito (Portugal), Love, death and other vice
José Luis Reina Palazòn (Spain), The glow of loneliness
Alexandre Voisard (Switcerland), Sauver sa trace
Petar T. Boshkovski (Macedonia), Selected poems
Petko Dabeski (Macedonia), Parabols and capriccios

Edition 2007

Xhevahir Spahiu (Albania), The eye on the road
Liliane Wouters (Belgium), Here and now
Bernhard Widder (Austria), Released words
Sjòn (Island), Astronomy of the hungry
Carolyn Forché (USA), Blue hour
Pia Tafdrup (Denmark), Traces of caress
Mateja Matevski (Macedonia), There will be no Trojan war

Edition 2008

Ivan Granitski (Bulgaria)
Bratislav Tashkovski (Macedonia), The eye of the angel
Marek Vavzhkievitch (Poland), Light
Rima Kazakova (Russia), Opposite

Edition 2009
Books in translation in English from the poetry of the Macedonian poets:
Ante Popovski, Gane Todorovski, Vlada Uroshevic, Blaze Koneski, Petre M. Andreevski, Mile Nedelkovski, Radovan Pavlovski, Nikola Madzirov, Bogomil Gjuzel, Adem Gajtani.
Sergey Glavjuk (Russia), The Old Coin
Srba Ignjatovic (Serbia), Stone in Wrong Hands

Edition 2010
Books in translation in English from the poetry of the Macedonian poets:
Mihail Rendzov, Petre Bakevski, Atanas Vangelov, Slavko Janevski, Eftim Kletnikov, Liljana Dirjan, Todor Calovski, Rade Siljan, Aco Shopov, Milovan Stefanovski, Risto Vasilevski.
Jean Pierre Simeon (France), Man in the World’s Heart
Milan Richter (Slovakia), The Angel with Black Feathers
Rodolpho Hesler (Spain), Ebony Head
Germain Droogenbroodt – Time machine

Edition 2011
Books in translation in English from the poetry of the Macedonian poets:
Slave Gorgjo Dimoski, Bratislav Tashkovski, Sande Stojchevski, Risto Lazarov, Vesna Acevska, Katica Kulafkova, Gligor Stojkovski, Svetlana Hristova-Jocik, Branko Cvetkoski.

Edition 2012
Stevan Tontic, Blessing of the Banishment
Frances Combes, The Earth is not Round
Vele Smilevski, (Macedonia), Forbidden book

Milosh Lindro, Fondations of Heaven

THEMATIC SELECTION OF CONTEMPORARY MACEDONIAN POETRY

1999 The End of the Millenium
2000 Orpheus and Jesus (Biblical Motifs)
2001 The Songbearers (An Anthology of the Miladinov Brothers Award Winners)
2002 The Body and the String (Love and Erotic Motifs)
2003 The Liquid Sun (The Water – The Drought)
2004 The World Is My Home (The House – The Threshold)
2005 Silence Between Two Words (Ars Poetica)
2006 Ut Pictura Poesis (a thematic selection of contemporary Macedonian poetry)
2007 Cage of Wrinkles (Poetry and Childhood)
2008 Poem between two summers
2009 Poem between two summers
2009 Young Macedonian poetry
2010 Poem between two summers
2011 New haiku wave
2012 Lyrical Dodecameron – Anthology of Young Macedonian Poetry
2012 Poem between two summers

POETRY ANTHOLOGIES OF THE PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES

1971 Contemporary Italian Poetry
1972 Contemporary Soviet Poetry; Anthology of Romanian Poetry
1973 Contemporary Polish Poetry
1974 Contemporary Chilean Poetry
1976 Finnish Poetry
1977 Contemporary Algerian Poetry
1978 Contemporary Palestinian Poetry; German Poetry of the 20th Century
1979 Modern American Poetry
1980 New Hungarian Poetry; Contemporary Indian Poetry
1981 Contemporary Greek Poetry
1982 Austrian Poetry of the 20th Century
1983 Contemporary Venezuelan Poetry; Contemporary Poetry of Czechoslovakia
1984 Contemporary Egyptian Poetry
1985 New Chinese Poetry
1987 Contemporary Australian Poetry
1988 Contemporary Swedish Poetry
1989 Contemporary Belgian Poetry
1990 Contemporary British Poetry
1991 Contemporary Swiss Poetry
1992 Contemporary Poetry of Luxembourg
1993 Contemporary Italian Poetry
1994 Contemporary German Poetry
1995 Contemporary Danish Poetry
1996 Contemporary Albanian Poetry
1997 Contemporary Korean Poetry
1998 Spanish Poetry of the 20th Century
1999 Contemporary Bulgarian Poetry
2000 Contemporary Russian Poetry
2001 Contemporary Portuguese Poetry
2002 Contemporary Tunisian Poetry
2003 Contemporary Indian Poetry written in English
2004 Contemporary Dutch Poetry
2005 Contemporary Israeli Poetry
2006 Contemporary Caribbean Poetry
2007 Contemporary Turkish Poetry
2008 Contemporary Ukrainian Poetry
2009 Contemporary Norwegian Poetry
2010 Contemporary Azerbaijan Poetry
2011 Poetry from Slavic countries
2012 Contemporary Mongolian Poetry

2013 Contemporary Slovenian Poetry

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

– Goce Ristovski – Poetry Capital of the World, 2011 (representative monograph about Struga Poetry Evenings 50 year’s jubilee).
– Twenty volumes of collected essays from symposium that every year is held during the festival, with participation of eminent world critics and scholars.

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