Jovica Tasevski - Eternijan

Jovica Tasevski-Eternijan

Jovica Tasevski-Eternijan (Macedonian: Јовица Тасевски - Етернијан, ) (born 25 July 1976, Skopje) is a Macedonian poet, essayist and literary critic.

He graduated from the Comparative Literature Department, Faculty of Philology in Skopje.

Works in National and University Library "St. Clement of Ohrid" (Macedonian: "Свети Климент Охридски") and he is an editor of literary magazine "Stremež".

Books

  • "Посоки и огледи" (Directions and Reflections; literary criticism, essays and studies). Skopje : Makedonska reč, 2006. 145 p. ISBN 9989-163-25-1
  • "Небесни стражи" (Heavenly Guards; poetry). Skopje : Makedonska reč, 2004. 56 p. ISBN 9989-2231-2-2
  • "Клатно" (Swinger; poetry). Skopje : Tri, 2001. 94 p. ISBN 9989-918-33-3
  • "Постојното, плимата" (The Constant, the Tide; literary criticism, essays and studies). Skopje : Makavej, 2000. 168 p. ; 20 cm. ISBN 9989-922-04-7
  • "Веда" (Lightning; poetry). Prilep : Spisanie za literatura, umetnost i kultura "Stremež" : Dom na kultura "Marko Cepenkov", 1998. 44 p. ISBN 9989-811-15-6
  • "Визии. Глагол" (Visions. Verb; poetry). Skopje : Krajnički, 1997. 73 p. ISBN 9989-808-05-8
  • "Нешто се слуша" (Something Can Be Heard; poetry). Skopje : Tasevski-Eternijan J., 1995. 59 p.

Other literary works

With Maja Apostoloska he selected and edited an anthology of Macedonian poetry with religious, biblical and apocryphal motifs, published as a special issue of magazine "Stremež". Also he is compiler of anthology of youth Macedonian poetry, entitled "Unidentified Celestial Bosom" (2001).

References

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