Articles by Goce Smilevski

Goce Smilevski was born in Skopje in 1975. He was educated at the University Ss. Cyril’s and Methodius in Skopje (comparative literature), at the Carl University in Prague (Czech literature), and on the Central European University in Budapest (gender studies).
Novels: Planet of inexperience (2000), Dialogue with Spinoza (2002).
Awards: Novel of the year , for the novel Dialogue with Spinoza, from the daily newspaper Utrinski vesnik. (This novel was published in Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, and since 2006 in Croatia and USA);
The award Blaze Koneski for his essay The incest in the novels Man without qualities by Robert Musil and The sound and the Fury by William Faulkner.
His short story The death of Herman Broch, was translated into German language and published in the Austrian magazine Lichtungen.
Goce Smilevski is the youngest member of the Macedonian PEN Centre.