Annual Research Output

PRACTICE-BASED RESEARCH OUTPUT

(from joining Canterbury Christ Church University in 2002)

September 2018 – September 2019

Publications:

  • 2018 Goran Stefanovski : 7 piese de teatru, 7 plays translated  by Mihaela Cernăuţi-Gorodeţchi with Nikola Vangeli, Editura Artes, Iaşi, Romania, ISBN 978-606-547-410-9
  • 2018 Odisej i druge drame (“Wild Flesh”, “The Black Hole”, “The Demon of Debar Maalo”, “Odysseus”), Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada, Zagreb, Croatia ISBN 9789531694124

Conferences and Events:

September 2017 – September 2018

Publications:

  • 2018 Goran Stefanovski în căutarea Itacăi pierdute by Nikola Vangeli, Editura Junimea, Iaşi, Romania, April 2018

Productions:

  • 2017 Stage production of The Black Hole at NATFIZ, Sofia, Bulgaria, 20 December

Conferences and Events:

  • 2017 Rijeka, reconnaissance trip for planned production at Rijeka 2020 (Cultural City of Europe)
  • 2018 Scriptwriting workshop with students in the Department of Dramatic Arts, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia, January
  • 2018 “The Spark Which Escapes”, keynote speech at the International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR) Conference at The University of the Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, 9 July

September 2016 – September 2017

Publications: 

  • 2016 Sarajevo – Figurae Veneris Historiae. Spanish translation of the two plays by Marija Pendeva and Jose Gabriel Santander Serrano. Publicaciones de la Asociación de Directores de Escena de España, Madrid. ISBN: 978-84-92639-87-8

Productions: 

  • 2016 Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Adapted for a production by the Jugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade, Serbia. Directed by Aleksandar Popovski. Premiere 17 September
  • 2016 Demoni nga Debar Maalo, staged reading of the play The Demon of Debar Maalo, at the National Theatre of Albania in Tirana, within the Stage Presentation of Contemporary Balkan Plays “My Name is Balkan”. Directed by Ema Andrea. 26 September-2 October 2016.
  • 2016 Figurae Veneris Historiae, National Theatre Vojdan Cernodrinski Prilep, directed by Nataša Poplavska
  • 2016 Un om ca oricare (Everyman), Teatrul Stu­dio al Uni­ver­sităţii de Arte din Târgu-​Mureș, 17 November, spec­ta­col al cla­sei de Mas­terat – Arta Actru­lui, Anul I, directed by Mihai Lungeanu, Târgu-​Mureș, Romania
  • 2016 The Successor, adapted from the novel by Ismail Kadare, National Theatre of Kosovo, Priština, directed by Slobodan Unkovski
  • 2017 Hi-Fi, Naroden Teatar, Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia,  directed by Jani Bojadži
  • 2017 Duplo dno (The False Bottom), Naroden Teatar, Bitola, directed by Angelčo Ilievski
  • 2017 Hotel Europa, Production by Mount Albert Grammar School, New Zealand, directed by Lilicherie McGregor 

Conferences and Events:

  • 2017 Mini Book Fair, Fulham Library, Public talk and presentation on Hamlet in Belgrade, 25 February
  • 2017 LIVE, DIE, REPEAT: ADAPTATION OF HAMLET FOR A PRODUCTION AT THE YUGOSLAV DRAMA THEATRE IN BELGRADE, Research Presentation at the Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Practice-Based Research, 23 May 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSs1dKoFPP8&t=92s

September 2015 – September 2016

Publications:  

  • 2015 “Merkanje na večnosta” (Macedonian translation of the essay “Sizing Up Eternity”), Kulturen život, 3-4, pp.6-11, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, ISBN 0047-3731, October
  • 2015 Carne orgullosa – Doble fondo, (Spanish translation of Wild Flesh and The False Bottom by Marija Pendeva and José Gabriel Santander Serrano), Publicaciones de la Asociación de Directores de Escena de España, Serie: Literatura Dramática, No. 92, Madrid, ISBN 978-84-92639-77-9
  • 2016 Europeretta, Book of plays, translated by Ioana Ieronim, Tracus Arte, Bucharest, ISBN 978‐606‐664‐641‐3

Productions: 

  • 2015 Černodrinski se vraća kući,(Chernodrinski Comes Home). Stage production by the students of Year 3 in the Department of Dramatic Arts, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia, September    
  • 2015 Černodrinski se vraća doma, (Chernodrinski Comes Home). Stage production by the Naroden Teatar Tetovo, directed by Dejan Čitkušev, October
  • 2015 Hotel Europa, National Theatre, Bucharest, Romania. Directed by Andrei Raicu. Premiere 18 November.
  • 2016 Euralien, directed by Andrei Raicu, Festival Arad, Romania, 14-15 May
  • 2016 Hotel Europa, Stage production atToi Whakaari, New Zealand Drama School, directed by Anna Marbrook, 15-22 June

Conferences and Events: 

  • 2015, 5-6 November. Unknown Fronts, (The eastern turn in First World War History), University of Groningen, The Netherlands
  • 2015 Host of Sir Tom Stoppard meeting the students of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts and Faculty of Philology at the University of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia,14 October
  • 2015 “Sizing Up Eternity”, presentation on Sir Tom Stoppard’s work on the occasion of the award of the Tabernakul Prize to him at the National Theatre, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, 15 October
  • 2016 Tintin na Balkanot, (Tintin in the Balkans), presentation at the EU Info Centar, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  • 2016 Scriptwriting Workshop for students at the Krastyo Sarafov National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria

September 2014 – September 2015

Publications:

  • 2014 Konzervirani impresii. Tabernakul, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. ISBN : 978-608-210-391-4. (Canned Impressions, prose poems published in Macedonian)
  • 2015 Hotel Europa – Everyman (El Hombre). Publicaciones de la Asociación de Directores de Escena de España, Serie: Literatura Dramática, No. 89, Madrid. ISBN 978-84-92639-69-4 (Spanish translation by Marija Pendeva and José Gabriel Santander Serrano)
  • 2015 Sobrani drami, kniga 4. Tabernakul, Skopje. ISBN 978-608-210-416-4. (Collected Plays, in Macedonian, Volume 4)

Productions:

  • 2014 Do Balčak (To the Hilt) Triangle Productions, Macedonia. Feature film, premiere 14 September at the International Film Festival in Bitola, Republic of Macedonia. Directed by Stole Popov.
  • 2014 Figurae Veneris Historiae. Slovenian National Theatre, Ljubljana, Slovenia. A theatre play, directed by Aleksandar Popovski, first night 16.10.2014
  • 2015 Divoke maso. Divadlo Komedie, Prague. Directed by Jan Novotny, first night 15 January. (Wild Flesh, Czech translation by Marie Marikova)
  • 2015 Divlje meso. National Theatre Sarajevo, directed by Dino Mustafić. First night 13 March. (Wild Flesh, in Serbo-Croatian  translation)
  • 2015 Let vo mesto. Independent production, Štip, Republic of Macedonia. Directed by Sime Gavrilov. (Flying on the Spot, in Macedonian)
  • 2015 Cernodrinski revient à la maison. Maison d’Europe et d’Orient, Paris. Directed by Dominique Dolmieux, premiere 9 June. (Cernodrinski Comes Home, French translation by Marija Bežanovska)
  • 2015 Figurae Veneris Historiae. Slovenian National Theatre, Ljubljana. Performance at the gala closing of the Ohrid International Summer Festival. 20 August, Ohrid.

Conferences and Events:

  • 2014 Malta Playwriting Workshop. 27 Nov – 1 Dec, Course in Scriptwriting for Theatre, a collaboration between Arts Council Malta, School of Performing Arts at the University of Malta and St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity
  • 2014 From First Idea to First Night. Canterbury Christ Church University, Centre for Practice Based Research. (Presentation on the development of the play Figurae Veneris Historiae, 21 November) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7C2SDPD9KTk&t=142s
  • 2015 Teaching the Unteachable. Paper at the colloquium Virtuous Circle?, organised by the Practice Based Research Centre, School of Media, Arts and Design, Canterbury Christ Church University, 30 June https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdX9YLBjy-E
  • 2015 Od prva ideja do premiera. Presentation at the LGBTI Support Center, Skopje. (Macedonian version of the From First Idea to First Night, presentation given at the Canterbury Christ Church University, Centre for Practice Based Research, on the development of the play Figurae Veneris Historiae, 21 November)
  • 2015 Promocija na Sobrani Drami Kniga 4. Uranija, Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences, Ohrid. (Book launch of the Collected Plays, Vol. 4 published by Tabernakul, Skopje, with the author’s a presentation of the development of the three plays. 19 August.)

September 2013 – September 2014

Publications:

  • 2013 Cernodrinski revient à la maison, (translated into French by Maria Bejanovska, L’Espace d’un Instant, Paris, ISBN 978-2-915037-79-1

Productions:

  • 2013 Bacchanalia, adaptation for radio, Radio Romania Cultural, directed by Mihail Lungeanu, Broadcast 25 November 2013
  • 2013 Ogneni jazici (Tongues of Fire), directed by Slobodan Unkovski, Dramski teatar, Skopje, Macedonia, 2 November 2013

Conferences and Events:

  • 2014 Selector and representative for Macedonia at the Bonner/ Wiesbaden Biennale (Neue Stücke Aus Europa), Bonn/Wiesbaden, Germany, 22-29 June
  • 2014 Workshop in scripwriting for students of the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, Ljubljana and Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The workshop was held between 25th and 29th March in the context of the 44th festival of Slovenian National Drama, organised by Prešernovo Gledališče in  Kranj.

September 2012 – September 2013

Publications:

  • 2012 Odisej (Slovenian translation of “Odysseus”), translated by Branka Nikl Klampfer, Hisa Knjig, Založba KMS, Maribor, Slovenia, ISBN 978-961-6744-55-3
  • 2013 “Tales from the Wild East” in Theatre and Performance in Small Nations, edited by Steven Blandford, pp. 91-106, Intellect Books, Bristol and Chicago, 2013, ISBN 978-1-84150-646-3

Productions:

2012 Hotel Europa, Theatre Isocele, Brussels, Belgium, directed by Sylvie De Braekeleer

  • 2012 Bacchanalia, radio production of the play, translated into  Romanian by Ioana Ieronim, directed by Attila Vizauer, Radio Romania – Redactia Teatru, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2012 Duhot na slobodata (The Spirit of Freedom), Naroden Teatar, Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia, directed by Luca Cortina
  • 2013 Sarajevo, adapted for radio and directed by Dobroslawa Balazy, Polish Radio, Program 1, broadcast March 2
  • 2013 Odysseus, produced by Road Theatre, directed by Zeljka Gortinski, Lankershim Cultural Center, North Holywood, Los Angeles, USA, 20 May

Conferences and Events:

  • 2012 Maribor Twelve. The city of Maribor, as the Cultural Capital of Europe 2012, hosted exceptional and leading personalities from various fields, ranging from the arts to philosophy. The common criterion was that all guests must be leading international representatives in their fields. The umbrella theme was “The Art of the Future”. Amongst others, present were Charles Simić, Jan Fabre, Tzvetan Todorov, Garry Kasparov and Hans Magnus Enzensberger. The talk was broadcast live on the internet and was televised by Slovenian National Television. The full version of the talk is available on the web.  https://www.maribor2012.eu/en/nc/project/prikaz/113549/
  • 2013 Presentation and workshop of A Little Book of Traps at the New Drama Festival, Bratislava, Slovakia, 13 -18 May
  • 2012 Opening speech at the launch of the book Resetting the Stage : Public Theatre Between the Market and Democracy by Dragan Klaić, organised by Rose Fenton, Free Word, London, 29 November 

September 2011 – September 2012

Publications:

  • 2011 Selected Plays in English translation by Patricia Marsh-Stefanovska, NUB, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  • 2012 “Cearta dintre mine si Kafka” (“A Quarrel with Kafka”), translated into Romanian by Ioana Ieronim, Romania Literara, 9, anul XLIV, 2.3.2012

Productions:

  • 2011 Everyman (staged reading), KočéBR theatre group and students of JAMU – Janáček Academy of Performing Arts, director Vítězslav Větrovec, Brno, Czech Republic, 31 October.
  • 2011 Hotel Europa (staged reading of excerpts) in “A Balkan Sampler: Five Contemporary Dramatists”, presented by the Department of Performing Arts,  College of Arts and Sciences and The Center for Peacebuilding and Development,  School of International Service at American University, directed by Hanna Bondarewska,  Washington DC, USA, 5 November 
  • 2011 Jane Zadrogaz, Naroden Teatar, Bitola, Republic of Macedonia, directed by Ljupčo Georgievski, 24 December
  • 2012 The Black Hole, production by Učeben Teatar NATFIZ, Sofia, Bulgaria, (translated into Bulgarian by Ivan Dobcev), 28 February
  • 2012 Le démon de Debarmaalo, Théâtre de l’Opprimé, directed by Dominique Dolmieux, (French translation by Marija Bejanovska), Paris, France 7-25 March
  • 2012 Let vo mesto (Flying on the Spot), Naroden Teatar Bitola, directed by Nenad Vitanov
  • 2012 The Demon of Debar Maalo, translated into Romanian by Ioana Ieronim and Filip Ristovski, public reading at the Studio Hall of Odeon Theatre (actors of Odeon Theatre), organised by the Camil Petrescu Cultural Foundation and Odeon Theatre, Bucharest, Romania, 21 March
  • 2012 The False Bottom, radio production of the play, directed by Attila Vizauer, Radio Romania – Redactia Teatru, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2012 Odisej (“Odysseus”), a play for the theatre, commissioned by Teatar Ulysses, Zagreb, for a production on the island of Brioni, Croatia, July 2012
  • Feature film script Wild Wild East went into production by Triangle Company, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, directed by Stole Popov

Conferences and Events:

  • 2012 Selector and representative for Macedonia at the Bonner/ Wiesbaden Biennale (Neue Stücke Aus Europa), Bonn/Wiesbaden, Germany, June
  • 2012, Public Talk, Mediathèque Hélène Berr, Paris, France, 10 March

September 2010 – September 2011

Publications:

  •   2010 Fragments of plays translated into Romanian by Nikola Vangeli in Acta Iassyensi a Comparationis, academic journal published by the Comparative Literature Department, Faculty of Letters, “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania, 8-2010, pp. 384-395
  • 2010 Sobrani drami 3 (Collected Plays Vol.3), Tabernakul, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, ISBN  978-608-210-149-1
  • 2010 Kavga so Kafka i drugi esei, (Quarrel with Kafka and other Essays), Tabernakul, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, ISBN 978-601-210-148-4

Productions:

  • 2010 Production of The Demon of Debarmaalo, Teatar Subotica, Serbia, directed by Dragana Miloševska, 8 October
  • 2010 Pusti to (“Let that go”) Production of a piece for the theatre within the production “Rodjeni u YU” at the Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade, Serbia, directed by Dino Mustafić, 12 October
  • 2011 Hotel Europa (extracts) in “Gare de l’est”, produced by Compagnie de théâtre Les Aimants, Paris, France, directed by Sophie Akrich, February
  • 2011 Production of the play The Demon of Debarmaalo at the Teatar zad kanala, Sofia, Bulgaria, directed by Dino Mustafić, 14 May

Conferences and Events:

  • 2010 “What I Saw and What I Heard (and I what I told Kafka)”, a keynote speech to the Annual Conference of Culture Action Europe, “The Time is Now”, Brussels, Belgium, 7-9 October
  • 2011 “Politics, Poetics and Practice: New paradigms for theory-practice interchange in creative media production”, Colloquium, Department of Media, Canterbury Christ Church University, 6 May, 2011, contribution published at https://www.theory-practice.net-theory-practice-colloquium.html
  • 2010 Scriptwriting workshop for (IM) Personal Narratives – Laboratory on Dance and Dramaturgy, organised by Intercult, Stockholm, and Lokomotiva, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, 15 – 20 October
  • 2010 Public presentation of the play Bacchanalia by the Year 2 acting class of the Central School of Speech and Drama, London, directed by senior lecturer Vesna Stanojević, 22 October

September 2009 – September 2010

Publications:

  • 2009 “Tales from the Wild East” translated into Romanian by Ioana Ieronim, in the weekly Luceafarul 45-46, 30.12.2009, Bucharest, Romania, published online https://www.revistaluceafarul.ro-index.html?id=1792&editie=81
  • 2009 Monologue from the essay “Heart of the Matter” translated into Romanian by Ioana Ieronim, published in the weekly Romania literara, Number 51-52, 2009. Online version:  https://www.romlit.ro-goran_stefanovski-fondul_problemei
  • 2009 Tetovane Duše (“Tattooed Souls”), collection of 6 plays translated into Slovakian by Jan Janković, Juga, Bratislava, Slovakia, ISBN 978-80-89030-42-2
  • 2009 “Hotel Europa” in New Europe, New Voices, anthology of plays edited by Malgorzata Semil and Bonnie Marranca, Performing Arts Journal, New York, USA, ISBN 978-155554085-2
  • 2010 Le Démon de Debarmaalo, French translation by Maria Bejanovska, L’Espace d’un Instant, Paris, France, ISBN 978-2-915037-55-5
  • 2010 Essay “Trans Artists and Cis Artists” published in TEAM Network  Year Book (Transdisciplinary European Arts Magazine), pp.44-49
  • 2010 Chernodrinski Comes Home in Russian translation by Olga Pankina in Современная македонская пьеса (Anthology of Contemporary Macedonian Plays), Moscow, edited by Olga Pankina, Okojom, Moscow, ISBN 978-5-904531-04-1
  • 2010 “Chinese Whispers”, essay, in Shoreless Bridges (South East European Writing in Diaspora), edited by Elka Agoston-Nikolova, Rodopi, Amsterdam-New York, NY 2010 (Studies in Slavic Literature and Poetics 55), pp.21-26, ISBN: 978-90-420-3020-6, ISBN: 978-90-420-3021-3 E-Book
  • 2010 Poveşti din Estul Sălbatic, (A book of selected plays translated into Romanian by Ioana Ieronim, foreword by Ioana Ieronim), Fundaţia Culturală „Camil Petrescu”, Revista Teatrul azi (supliment), prin Editura Cheironm, Bucharest, Romania, pp. 209, ISBN: 978-606-8220-02-4
  • 2010 Mala kniha nastrah (Slovak translation of A Little Book of Traps), translated by Katarina Slugenova-Cockrell, Divadelný ústav v Bratislave, Theatre Institute, Bratislava, Slovakia, ISBN 978-80-89369-22-5

Productions:

  • 2010 Le Démon de Debarmaalo (staged reading, Theâtre du Rond-Point, Paris, France, directed by Dominique Dolmieux, 2 February
  • 2010 Bacchanalia at the National Theatre Veles, Republic of Macedonia, directed by Nataša Poplavska, 27 March; awarded Grand Prix for best production at the Stobi International Summer Festival, Veles, Republic of Macedonia, August 2010

Conferences & Events:

  • 2009 Round table “Shooting Stars in the New Sky” at the “Eastern Promises” IETM General Plenary Meeting, Vilnius, Lithuania 8-10 October
  • 2009 Meeting of the European Council for Foreign Relations, Madrid, 6-8 November
  • 2009 Meeting of the European Cultural Parliament in Gothenburg, 6-8 December
  • 2009 Elected member of the ECFR European Council for Foreign Relations, October
  • 2010 Organisation and participation in one-day Practice Based Research symposium “On the Shoulders of Giants”, Media Department, Canterbury Christ Church University, 16 February
  • 2010 Masterclass in Scriptwriting, Film Studies Department, Queen Mary University of London, 17 February
  • 2010 Masterclass in Scriptwriting, Drama Department, University of Kent, 26 February
  • 2010 Selector and representative for Macedonia at the Bonner/ Wiesbaden Biennale (Neue Stücke Aus Europa), Bonn/Wiesbaden, Germany, June
  • Best Play Award for Bacchanalia at the annual Macedonian National Drama Theatre Festival, Prilep, Republic of Macedonia, June, 2010

September 2008 – September 2009

Publications:

  • 2008 Demon iz Debar Maala, Cankarjeva Založba, Ljubljana,  ISBN 978-961-231-677-8 (a collection of four plays “Wild Flesh”, “Tattooed Souls”, “Hotel Europa” and “The Demon of Debarmaalo” translated into Slovenian by Aleš Mustar). Afterword by Lidija Dimkovska, pp. 299-307
  • 2009 Одбрани драми, (4 selected plays, foreword by Vele Smilevski), Mikena, Bitola, Republic of Macedonia, ISBN 978-9989-55-141-3, December
  •  2009 “Geschichten aus dem Wilden Osten”, (German translation of “Tales from the Wild East” by Eva Bonne) in Wespennest, Zeitschrift für brauchbare Texte und Bilder, Nummer 154, März; Vienna, 2009. ISBN 978-3-85458-154-3
  • 2009, Mala knjiga zamki, Serbian translation of A Little Book of Traps published by Sterijino Pozorje, Novi Sad. ISBN 978-86-85145-21-6,  June

Productions:

  • 2008 Тетовирани души (“Tattooed Souls”) directed by Jani Bojadži, Naroden Teatar, Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia, 13 September
  • 2009 Eurepica, Free Theatre, Belarus. (“The Heart of the Matter” amongst texts by 11 other European playwrights for international theatre project, Lund, Sweden, 7 March
  • 2009 A staged reading and discussion of the Romanian translation of Everyman, translated by Ioana Ieronim, in Sibiu, Romania, 5 June
  • 2009Чернодрински се враќа дома, (Chernodrinski Comes Home), production at the National Theatre, Veles, Republic of Macedonia, directed by Martin Kočovski, May

Conferences and Events:

  • 2008 Participation at a panel discussion at the Vilenica Festival, Slovenia, “The Author Between Text and Context” organised by CEI (Central European Initiative), 4 September
  • 2008 Keynote speech “Trans Artists and Cis Artists” given at the 11th Res Artis General Member meeting and Conference ‘Artists in Dialogue, Transforming Communities’.  Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 9-12 October
  • 2008 Participation at European Cultural Parliament,  7th Session – Culture, Media and Democracy”, Liverpool, 24-26 November
  • 2008 “Exercises in Style”, organisation and paper at Department of Media, Practice Based Research Event, Canterbury Christ Church University, 28 November
  • 2009 “Nothing Happens, Twice: The Case of Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Paper written for the “Nothing Happens” conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, 17 February
  • 2009 Workshop of A Little Book of Traps with students from Theatre and Film Academies at the Arts Academy in Novi Sad, Serbia, 31 May
  • 2009 Scriptwriting workshop for 60 international students at the Macedonian Language Seminar, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, 13-14 August
  • 2009 Keynote speech at international conference “Deschooling The Classroom”,a project that addresses the contemporary independent cultural scene in the region, researching and offering an alternative to the hierarchical models of education in the art and culture, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, 16 August
  • 2009 Awarded Golden Award for lifetime achievement in playwriting by the International Theatre Festival Sterijino Pozorje in Novi Sad, Serbia, June
  • 2009 Participation in critical reading group, revalidation of MA Teaching English as Another Language, 29 June
  • 2009 Small Research Grant received by the Canterbury Christ Church University Media Department for research towards revision and writing of annex to existing publication A Little Book of Traps, July

September 2007- September 2008

Publications:

  • 2008 “Tales from the Wild East” in Theatre and Performance in Eastern Europe, edited by Dennis Barnett and Arthur Skelton, The Scarecrow Press, Lanham, Maryland, U.S.A, 2008, pp.147-155
  • 2008 “After Dinner Speech” in Best of Sarajevo Notebooks, No  18, 2008, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, ISSN 1512-8539
  • 2008 “Kdokoli”  in Ctyri Jihoslovanska Dramata, Boskovice, Brno, ISBN 80-7326-122-7, pp. 109-139 (“Everyman” in a selection of four Yugoslav plays including the Czech  translation of “Everyman” by Ivana Dorovska, and a review by Ivana Dorovska “Letmý pohled na současnou jihoslovanskou dramatickou tvorbu” pp. 5-16)
  • 2008 “Hotel Europa”, Romanian translation by Ioana Ieronim, in Dramaturgie contemporana din Balcani, ed. Andreea Dumitru, preface by Ioana Ieronim, Fundatia Culturala Camil Petrescu, Bucharest, Romania, 2008, ISBN: 1220-4676, pp. 145-182
  • 2008 “Playwright as a maker of Plays” in Literary Landscapes, Central European Initiative, Round Table at Vilenica, The Author between Text and Context, Essays, pp. 41–52, Društvo slovenskih pisateljev, Ljubljana. ISBN 978-961-6547-30-7 2008

Productions:

  • 2007 Script for short film What do You Want? based on etching and interview with Nick Burton, edited by Andy Birtwistle. Video of film on display at the Sidney Cooper Gallery in Canterbury, 12-20 December
  • 2008 Zašto Balkan nije seksi, AP Branko Krsmanović, Belgrade, Serbia (A theatre production based on the essay “Tales from the Wild East”). Directed by Vladimir Cvejić, July

Conferences & Events:

  • 2007 Paper “Chinese Whispers” presented at the 15th General Assembly of EFAH, European Foundation for the Arts and Heritage, “Re-Imagining Cultural Action in Europe”, Warsaw, Poland, 8-10 November
  • 2008 Paper given at “Writing in Many Tongues, Lives in Translation, South Eastern Diaspora Writing before and after 1990”, at the Research Institute for the Study of Culture and the Department of Slavic Languages and Cultures, Groningen University, the Netherlands, 18 April
  • 2008 Paper “A Little Scriptwriting Toolbox” given at the Mediascape Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, 2 May
  • 2008 Paper “The Ghost of Practice Based Research” presented at the Practice Based Research event at Canterbury Christ Church University, 21 May
  • 2008 Interdisciplinary Arts Colloquium “Languages at Play: Theatre Translation as Cultural Transfer”, School of Theatre Studies, University of Warwick, 31 May
  • 2008 Guest literary lecture to the students of the Macedonian Language Seminar, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, 13 August
  • 2007 Awarded the Vilenica International Literary Prize for 2007. The prize is presented by an international jury to an author from Central Europe for outstanding achievement in the field of literary creativity and essay writing, 8 September
  • 2008 Application for research grant to the British Academy’s Grant Committee for research project “A Little Book of Traps”. Application returned as alpha-rated, 23 June

September 2006 – September 2007

Publications:

  • 2007 Excerpt from “Hotel Europa” published in Michel Corvin’s Anthologie Critique des auteurs dramatiques Européens (1945-2000), Éditions Théâtrales, Montreuil-sous-Bois, France. ISBN: 978-2-84260-231-4
  • 2007 “Demon z przdemiescia” (Polish translation of “The Demon of Debarmaalo” by Danuta Ćirlić-Straczyńska) in Dialog, pp.104-130, May 2007, Warsaw, Poland
  • 2007 Chinese translation of A Little Book of Traps by Lina Lin, in Journal of Beijing Film Academy, Volume 5, ISSN 1002-6142

Productions:

  • 2006 Демонот oд Дебармаало (“The Demon of Debarmaalo”) Stage production of the full-length play commissioned and performed by the Dramski Teatar, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, directed by Slobodan Unkovski, 27 November
  • 2007 Doctoring of the feature film Frau Einstein for Hammer Productions, Novi Sad, Serbia. Research into the lives of Albert Einstein and Mileva Einstein. Reformatting of existing film material, January-March

Conferences & Events:

  • 2007 Research seminar “Tales from the Wild East: Balkan Theatre and Exile” given at the University of Nottingham, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, 12 March
  • 2007 Speech “Bare Wires” to open the International Meeting of Drama Schools in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, 27 March
  • 2007 Lecture on scriptwriting at The Faculty of Philology at the University of Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, 30 March
  • 2007 Lecture on social issues, identity and cultural politics at the American University, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, 3 April
  • 2007 Scriptwriting Workshops at the Scriptwriting Department of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, 11 & 13 April
  • 2007 Faculty Conference “Teaching beyond Boundaries”. Keynote paper “Teaching the Unteachable”, incorporating film What do You Want?, 11 May https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdX9YLBjy-E
  • 2007 Presentation of the book Hôtel Europa at the Macedonian Embassy in London, 12 January
  • 2007 Presentation of the book Hôtel Europa at the Serbian Cultural Society in London, 25 January
  • 2007Member of panel for scrutiny of Degree in Professional Development (by Work-Related Learning) offered by the Faculty of Business and Sciences, 19 March

September 2005 – September 2006

Publications:

  • 2005 “Sztuka konstruowania naroznikow”, (fragments from A Little Book of Traps) in Dialog, 10, Warsaw, pp. 187-191, ISSN 0012-2041
  • 2006 “Stammi a sentire, Gran Bretagna” in Quando la Cultura fa la differenza (Patrimonio, arti e media nella societa multiculturale), ed. Simona Bodo and Maria Rita Cifarelli, pp 149–155, Meltemi Editore, Rome, Italy

Productions:

  • 2005 Stage production of Hotel Europa  by COLLECTIF 12, Comédie Française Studio Theatre, directed by Catherine Boskowitz, 17 October
  • 2006 Development of feature film script Frau Einstein, written by Aleksandra Pleskonić and Miloš Jovanović, Hammer Productions, Novi Sad, January-May

Conferences & Events:

  • 2005 Paper “The Heart of the Matter” given at the conference ‘What Future for the Balkans and the EU?’, European Cultural Foundation Conference: “The Heart of the Matter”, The Hague, The  Netherlands, 1 December
  • 2006 Panel discussion “Where are the Balkans?” hosted by the Austrian Cultural Forum London, moderated by Professor Kevin Robins, 15 June
  • 2006 Member of international jury in Vienna for “A Macedonian Drama Contest”, organised by the Austrian P.E.N. Club, January
  • 2006 Held Department of Media research seminar under the title of “Tales from the Wild East”, February
  • 2006 Elected member of the European Cultural Parliament (ECP) a forum for outstanding artists, thinkers and cultural personalities from all Europe, July www.kulturparlament.com/members/members
  • External assessor of Validation of Programme Document BA (Hons) Cinema Studies & Scriptwriting, University of Wales, Newport.
  • 2006 Scriptwriting masterclass and workshop for the Year 2 and 3 students of Scriptwriting at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb, Croatia by invitation of Dr Sibila Petlevski, Head of Department, and Sergej Pristas, Pro-Vice Dean of School, 6-10 June
  • 2006 Validation of MA programme in Scriptwriting at Canterbury Christ Church University, July
  • 2006 Selector and representative for Macedonia at the Bonner/ Wiesbaden Biennale (Neue Stücke aus Europa), Bonn/Wiesbaden, Germany, 22-25 June

September 2004 – September 2005

Publications:

  • 2005 Hôtel Europa, (English and French edition of the play, translated into French by Séverine Magois), éditions L’Espace d’un Instant, Paris, France ISBN 2-915037-16-7
  • 2005 “Духот на слободата” (“The Spirit of Freedom”), a play, in Културен Живот, 2, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia ISBN 0047-3731
  • 2005 Приказни од дивиот исток (“Tales from the Wild East”), essays and interviews, Табернакул, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia ISBN 9989-937-82-6
  • 2005 “O našoj priči” (“On Our Story”), an essay, translated by Nenad Vujadinović, Mostovi, pp. 129–130, Belgrade, Serbia, January-July YU ISSN 0350-6525

Productions:

  • 2004 Hotel Europa, Teater TKO, Köln, Germany, directed by Nada Kokotović, 10 October
  • 2005 Духот на слободата (“The Spirit of Freedom”), variations on a play by Chernodrinski), produced by the National Theatre Bitola, Republic of Macedonia, directed by Dejan Damjanovski, Nenad Projkovski, May 2005
  • 2005 Walter and Virginia, Collaboration on Script for Feature Film, Directed by Suzanne Osten, Stockholm, Sweden (released in 2006 as Wellkåmm to Verona)

Conferences & Events:

  • 2004 Paper “Listen Here” presented to the international symposium “When Culture Makes the Difference: The Heritage, Arts and Media in a Multicultural Society”, Genoa, Italy, 19-20 November

September 2003 – September 2004

Publications:

  • 2004 “A Tale from the Wild East” in Alter Ego, (Twenty Confronting Views on the European Experience), edited by Guido Snel, Amsterdam University Press-Salome, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • 2004 Конзервирани импресии (“Canned Impressions”), a book of prose poems, Templum, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Productions:

  • 2003 Everyman, produced by Atelje 212, Belgrade, Serbia, directed by Djurdja Tesić, 13 December
  • 2004 Everyman, Theatre Mélange, London, directed by Sandy Maberley,7 March. Regional tour and run at the Riverside Studios in London; British Council sponsored tour to Republic of Macedonia, June 2004
  • 2004 The False Bottom, Stage production by Narodno Pozorište, Šabac, Serbia, directed by Djordje Djuričko, 5 May
  • 2004 Tattooed Souls, National Theatre, Pleven, Bulgaria, directed by Dimo Deshev, 27 May

Conferences & Events:

  • 2004 Paper “After Dinner Speech”, at the “Sharing Cultures” European conference in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, July
  • Elected member of the Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences, December 2003

September 2002 – September 2003

Publications:

  • 2002 A Little Book of Traps (a scriptwriting tool), Dramatiska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden,
  • 2002 Собрани драми, (Collected plays in Macedonian in two volumes), Табернакул, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  • 2003 Мала книга на стапици, (помагало за пишување драми), Macedonian translation of A Little Book of Traps, Skopje, Табернакул, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Productions:

  • 2002-2003 Artist in residence with Theatre Mélange, Resident Playwright Award, sponsored by The Arts Council of England
  • 2002 Bacchanalia, Stage production by Narodno Pozorište, Subotica, Serbia, 28 October, directed by Kokan Mladenović
  • 2002 Tattooed Souls, National Theatre, Pazardžik, Bulgaria, November  directed by Ljupčo Georgievski

Conferences & Events:

  • 2002 Speaker at the Theatre and Exile Conference, Graduate Centre for Study of Drama, University of Toronto, Canada, March
  • 2003 Member of jury of CINELINK international feature screenplay competition, May-June