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Mihail Rendžov




poet, translator. Born 25th August 1936 in Štip. Finished secondary education in his native town. Graduated from the Faculty of Law, at the University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje. Works at the National Library “St.Kliment Ohridski” in Skopje as a librarian counsellor. Member of the Macedonian P.E.N. Centre.Member of the Macedonian Writers’ Association since 1965.
Works: A migrant of fire (poetry, 1965), Growing of the word during the night (poetry, 1967), Where from this side (poetry, 1968), On the brink of the dream (poetry, 1972), Fear (poetry, 1976), Midnight (poetry, 1979), Nerezi (poetry, 1982), Autodafe (poetry, 1985), Phoenix (poetry sonnets, 1987), Earth Flood (poetry, 1991), Dreaming travelling (book for children, 1991), Him (lyrical poem, 1993), Deck of cards 33 (poetry, 1994), The eternal, the endless one (poetry, 1996), I, the oxymoron (poetry, 1998), Angela is dreaming (poetry for children, 1998), Psalms (poetry, 2000), Apocalypse (poetic drama, 2002), Tales about Zaharij (short stories, 2004)
He is the author of many translations/renditions, including “Gilgamesh”, the Assyrian - Babylonian epic (three editions: 1994, 1997, 2000).
Awards include: The award of the Struga Poetry Evenings for unpublished poem (1964), “The November award of the city of Štip” for his poetry book “A migrant of fire” (1965), “11th October” and “Miladinov brothers” for his poetry book “Nerezi” (1982), “Grigor Prličev” for rendition of the book “Tyranny of the Dream” by Carolina Ilika, “Prličev wreath” for the lyrical poem “Him” (1993), “Grand prix international” for his entire work, Romania (1997), “Zlatno pero” for rendition of the book “Wisdom and Bitterness” by Dritero Agoli (1998), “Aco Šopov” for his poetry book “I, the oxymoron” (1999), Macedonian nomination for the “Balkanika” award (2000), “Racin Award” for his short-stories collection “Tales about Zaharij” (2004).

Mihail Rendžov was first editor of Blesok Poetry


Books by Mihail Rendžov published by Blesok:


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Маяк

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in Russian.


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Les différences

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in French.


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Poet

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in English.


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Светилник

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in Macedonian.


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Различности

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in Macedonian.


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Поет

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in Macedonian.


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Апокалипса

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in Macedonian.


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Apocalypse

Poetry by Mihail Rendžov, eBook, in English. 

Translated by: Elizabeta Bakovska.


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Apocalypse


Poetry collection by Mihail Rendžov (2002)

Edition Borea, book 01  



Blesok no. 01, March, 1998
      poetry: The Poem And The Butterfly






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