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Goran Simic

Goran Simić was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is the author of eleven volumes of poetry, drama and short fiction, and his work has been translated into nine languages. One of the most prominent writers of the former Yugoslavia, Simic was trapped in the siege of Sarajevo. In 1995 he and his family were able to settle in Canada with the help of PEN. His books include: Sprinting from the Graveyard, Immigrant Blues From Sarajevo, With SorrowYesterday’s PeopleSunrise in the Eyes of the Snowman, and Looking for Tito. Simic, along with Emma Beltran, Martha Kuwee Kumsa, and Sheng Xue, is a co-writer of The Taxi Project. In 2013, Simić returned to live in Sarajevo.

Books by Goran Simic