Articles by Vladimir Jankovski


Vladimir Jankovski was born in 1997 in Skopje. He has graduated General and Comparative literature at Faculty of Philology “Blaze Koneski” in Skopje.

He worked as an editor in the Templum publishing house and Cultural Centre Tocka. At the moment he is an editor in the Magor publishing house.

Vladimir Jankovski has published several books: Puzzle for the Mirror (2003, conversations with Vlada Urosevic), Skopje with Eyes Wide Open (2008, photo-essay, in collaboration with Ivan Blazhev), The Faces of the Invisible City (2010, photo-essays, in collaboration with Ivan Blazhev), The Eternal Present Time (2010, novel).

The “Invisible Loves” is his second novel.

He has translated various books from English, Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian into Macedonian language, among them books by Dubravka Ugresic, Ian McEwan, Susan Sontag, John Fante, Margaret Atwood, Philip K. Dick, Charles Bukowski.


Jankovski’s “Invisible Loves”

PART ONE: THE STORY OF MILA AND MARKO 1. Marko lived in the attic of a sixteen-storey building in Aerodrom, the most densely populated suburb of Skopje. Whenever he woke up, he would get...