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Kristian
Novak

Kristian Novak is a Croatian writer, linguist, and university professor. His novel Dark Mother Earth was awarded the Tportal Prize for Croatian Novel of the Year and was named one of the ten best Croatian novels in the last fifty years by Večernji list. The novel was successfully adapted for the stage, and a film adaptation is in the works. Novak is also the author of The Hanged and Gypsy, Yet So Beautiful, which was the recipient of the Gjalski Prize. Dark Mother Earth is his English-language debut.

Kristian Novak is a Croatian writer, linguist, and university professor. His novel Dark Mother Earth was awarded the Tportal Prize for Croatian Novel of the Year and was named one of the ten best Croatian novels in the last fifty years by Večernji list. The novel was successfully adapted for the stage, and a film adaptation is in the works. Novak is also the author of The Hanged and Gypsy, Yet So Beautiful, which was the recipient of the Gjalski Prize. Dark Mother Earth is his English-language debut.

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