Ivica Prtenjaca

Ivica
Prtenjača

Ivica Prtenjača was born in 1969 in Rijeka where he studied Yugoslav Studies at the School of Education. He has been working since the age of fifteen: as a water-meter reader, gas bill collector, ice cream deliveryman, warehouse worker, construction worker, gallery operator, fire extinguisher serviceman, shop assistant, publisher, head of marketing services, and a spokesperson. He writes poetry, fiction, plays, columns for daily newspapers, and he often hosts promotions, fairs of literature and literary festivals. Prtenjača has published five books of poetry, a novel, a play, a book of stories with culinary recipes, and won a number of awards for his work. Some of his poems, cycles or books have been translated into some twenty languages. His work has been included in a number of anthologies, selections, panoramas and histories of Croatian literature. He lives and works in Zagreb.

Ivica Prtenjača was born in 1969 in Rijeka where he studied Yugoslav Studies at the School of Education. He has been working since the age of fifteen: as a water-meter reader, gas bill collector, ice cream deliveryman, warehouse worker, construction worker, gallery operator, fire extinguisher serviceman, shop assistant, publisher, head of marketing services, and a spokesperson. He writes poetry, fiction, plays, columns for daily newspapers, and he often hosts promotions, fairs of literature and literary festivals. Prtenjača has published five books of poetry, a novel, a play, a book of stories with culinary recipes, and won a number of awards for his work. Some of his poems, cycles or books have been translated into some twenty languages. His work has been included in a number of anthologies, selections, panoramas and histories of Croatian literature. He lives and works in Zagreb.

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