Vesna Goldsworthy

Vesna Goldsworthy was born in Belgrade in 1961 and has lived in London since 1986. She writes in English, her third language. She has authored three widely translated books: a memoir, Chernobyl Strawberries; Inventing Ruritania, on the shaping of cultural perceptions of the Balkans; and the Crashaw Prize–winning poetry collection, The Angel of Salonika. Gorsky is her first novel.


ARTICLES FEATURING VESNA

The Great Gorsky: A Debut Novel from Vesna Goldsworthy


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