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Lucija Stupica

Lucija Stupica (19.5.1971) lives in Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia, writes poetry, articles on architecture and design, and works as free-lancer. She has published her poems in all major Slovenian literary magazines. Her poetry is included in the anthology Ten Slovenian Poets of the Nineties and Fragments from Slovene Literature, both by Slovene Writers' Association – Literae Slovenicae edition and abroad in anthologies of Slovene poetry: Iz veka u vek (Moscow, Russia), Geburt eines Engels (Wunderhorn, Germany) and U jantaru vremena (Tuzla, Sarajevo). Her poetry was published in booklet of Dublin Writers Festival, 2004: City of poets.
Lucija Stupica is member of Slovene Writers' Association, Slovene PEN and a Program Director of Festival Pranger – gathering of poets, critics and translators.

Published books of poetry:
2000: Čelo na soncu / Cello in the Sun, Študentska založba, Ljubljana, Slovenija
2004: Vetrolov, Študentska založba, Ljubljana, Slovenija
2008: Otok, mesto in drugi / Island, City and Others, Študentska založba, Ljubljana, Slovenija


2001: Award of the 17th Slovenian Book Fair for the best first book, Čelo na soncu
2002: the Zlata ptica (Golden Bird) award for the best artistic achievements

Books in translation

2006: Pulsiranje, translated by Edo Fičor, Meandar, Zagreb, Croatia
2008: Čelo na suncu, translated by Ana Ristović, Agora, Novi Sad, Serbia
2009: a book in preparation, translated by Jan Henrik Swan, Ramus, Malmoe, Sweden

E-book by Lucija Stupica published by Blesok:
Island, City and Others

Books by Lucija Stupica published by Blesok:


Островот, градот и другите

Poetry by Lucija Stupica, eBook, in Macedonian.

Translated from Slovenian by Igor Isakovski.


Island, City and Others

Poetry by Lucija Stupica (2010)

Translated from Slovenian by Igor Isakovski. 

Edition Borea, book 25

Blesok no. 64, January-February, 2009
      poetry: Choosing the Key


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