My Husband

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Price
$15.95  $14.67
Publisher
Dalkey Archive Press
Publish Date
Pages
144
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.4 X 0.3 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781628973457

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About the Author

Rumena Buzarovska has published has published four collections of short stories. Her stories "Waves" and "Lily" have appeared in Best European Fiction 2016 and Contemporary Macedonian Fiction, respectively, both published by Dalkey Archive Press. She is Assistant Professor of American Literature at the University of Skopje.
Paul Filev is a literary translator living in Melbourne, Australia. He is the recipient of a Dalkey Archive Press Fellowship, translating from Macedonian and Spanish. His translations include Alma Mahler by Sasho Dimoski (Dalkey Archive Press, 2018), Blue Label by Eduardo Sรกnchez Rugeles (Turtle Point Press, 2018), the anthology Contemporary Macedonian Fiction (Dalkey Archive Press, 2019), and the short-story collection My Husband by Rumena Buzarovska (Dalkey Archive Press, 2019).

Reviews

"Buzarovska belongs to the highest ranks of contemporary women writers - here I think it's completely justified to appraise her in the global context and to place her side by side with the most renowned, say, English-speaking authors like Alice Munro, although this young Macedonian author, of course, has a lot of writing to do before being compared to a body of work of this extent, but the thing is you can clearly see how she could do it, that type of material is here - brought to light by the dark, carefully shaded places of foremostly human, not exclusively female existence, in such a way that the reader is at the same time necessarily frightened and thrilled by what's in front of them: first because of what they recognize in themselves and those close to them, and secondly because... let's say because it has never been brought to light in that way."--Teofil Panฤic, Globus