Tatjana Jambrišak

Tatjana Jambrišak

Tatjana Jambrišak was born in 1965 in Zagreb where she studied at the University of Zagreb from which she graduated English and German Language and Literature. She is a member of the Croatian Writers’ Society and the membership in the Croatian Literary Translator's Association is pending.

She has published stories in various literary magazines and collections since 1989, three of which (Spirit of the New World, Red and Black and No Greater Fun, Ladies) were awarded the annual national SF award SFERA. Her SF stories were collected and published in 2003, while the "tribloglogy", collections of poems (Dream Letters, awarded), short stories (Never an Ex) and squabbles on gender chitchat (Blog Given) was published in 2007, as well as the collection of verse and tales, Shine, in 2009. Her stories have also been translated into Spanish and English.

Tatjana Jambrišak also reviews stories by Croatian authors and edits various collections. Her 3D computer art illustrations, available at www.tatjana.ws, accompanied by short SF, F and horror texts were also awarded the SFERA award in 2001, and she has participated in several international competitions and exhibitions.

For twenty years she has been editing and translating short stories, comics scripts, journalistic texts, monographs, web pages, tourist guides, text books, and business and legal documents. Among her numerous literary translations there are The Road and Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy, Olive Kitteridge, Amy and Isabelle and Abide with Me by Elizabeth Strout, From Hell by Alan Moore and Maus by Art Spiegelman.

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