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Josip Novakovich

Josip Novakovich

201 Old Hannah Furnace Road

Warriors Mark, PA 16877


Croatian-born Josip Novakovich moved to the United States at the age of twenty. He has published two story collections (Yolk and Salvation and Other Disasters), two collections of narrative essays (Plum Brandy: Croatian Journeys and Apricots from Chernobyl), and was anthologized in Best American Poetry, Pushcart Prize, and O.Henry Prize Stories. His textbook, Fiction Writer's Workshop, was a Book of the Month Club selection. His novel Poppy Slopes is to be published in Spain (in Spanish). He received the Whiting Writer's Award (1997), Guggenheim Fellowship (1999), two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships (1991 and 2002), the Ingram Merrill Award, an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation and he has been a writing fellow of the New York City Public Library. His work has appeared in many journals, including Paris Review, Threepenny Review, The New York Times Magazine, European Magazine, and he contributes regularly to the Zagreb daily Jutarnji list. Mr. Novakovich teaches in the MFA program at Penn State University.

Articles by this Author
» Josip Novakovich will be participating in a memoir symposium at Trinity College
By Josip Novakovich | Published 03/27/2007 | Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
» Josip Novakovich: Ruth’s Death, nonfiction (memoir)
By Josip Novakovich | Published 12/6/2006 | Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated

It's hard for me to write about parents since I know more about children than about parents. That is because when I was a child, I was more interested in myself and my siblings than in my parents, and now that I am a parent, I find our children more interesting than us parents.

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