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Miljenko Jergović (Sarajevo, 1966.), writer and journalist, lives in the country near Zagreb. He published his first article in 1983, and his first book of poetry Opservatorija Varšava (Opservatory Warsaw) in 1988. He wrote several collections of short-stories, Sarajevski Marlboro (Sarajevo Marlboro), Mama Leone, Inšallah Madona, Inšallah (Inch’Allah, Madonna, Inch’Allah) and a dozen novels, Dvori od oraha (Walnut Mansion) and Ruta Tannenbaum among them. Polish translation of his novel Srda pjeva, u sumrak, na Duhove (Srda Sings, at Dusk, on Pentecost) won Angelus literary award for the best Central European book in 2012. His works have been translated into more than twenty languages.