Biography of Zarko Milenic
Zarko Milenic was born on January 14th 1961 in Brcko, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He graduated from the College of Economy, (Foreign Trade) in Belgrade on 1987. He moved to Osijek in Croatia and worked as a free-lanced journalist. Since beginning of 1999, he lived in Rijeka (Croatia) and worked as a free-lanced journalist, editor for the literary magazine 'Knjizevna Rijeka' (Literary Rijeka) and editor of books by foreign authors to the Croatian Writers’ Society in Rijeka. Since 2006, he has lived in Brcko and Schelkovo (near Moscow) in Russia. He is a novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, critic and poet. He is Editor in Chief of the literary magazine 'Rijec' (Word) from Brcko. He is a member of Bosnian and Croatian Writers’ Association. As writer and translator, he has participated in festivals, congresses and literary readings in Russia, China, Germany, Armenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
He translated more than twenty books from English, Russian, Bulgarian and Macedonian.
His poems are translated on English, French, Chinese, Russian, Greek, Bulgarian, Albanian, Persian, Macedonian and Slovenian language.
Zarko Milenic's Works:
The Time of the Great Fast, Brcko,1987.
Big Dipper, haiku poems, Rijeka,2000.