Marjan STROJAN

Marjan STROJAN
Southern Europe
Slovenia
Europe
Slovenian

Marjan STROJAN. In translating such works as Beowulf and The Canterbury Tales, and the complete works of Robert Frost, Mr. Strojan has brought to Slovenian audiences an array of canonic works of English-language literature. His version of Milton’s Paradise Lost, published in 2004, has been turned into a 25-episode radio play and adapted for stage. He recently edited and co-translated Slovenia's first comprehensive anthology of English poetry, and is the author of four poetry collections, including Streamers in the Rain (1999) and The Day You Love Me (2003). He is the literary officer for RTV Slovenia. He participates courtesy of generous donations to the IWP Writers Fund.

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