Neven Ušumović

Neven Ušumović was born in 1972 in Zagreb and grew up in Subotica. Graduated in philosophy, comparative literature and Hungarian studies from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.

He won critical acclaim for collections of short stories: 7 mladih (1997), Makovo zrno (2009), Rajske ptice (2012), and a “short-lived novel” Ekskurzija (2001).

Translated from Hungarian the works of Béla Hamvas, Ferenc Molnár, Péter Esterházy and Ádám Bodor.

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