Vesna Goldsworthy

Vesna Goldsworthy (1961, Belgrade) lives in London and writes poetry in English, her third language, as well as Serbian, her mother tongue. She is the author of a bestselling and much translated memoir, Chernobyl Strawberries (Atlantic, 2005), which was serialised in the Times and on the BBC (Radio 4). Her Crashaw prize winning debut poetry collection, The Angel of Salonika (Salt, 2011) was one of the Times Best Poetry Books of the year.

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