Literary translator from French into Macedonian in residency at the National Centre for Writing in Norwich, UK
Aco Peroski is co-owner and editor of the Macedonian publishing house Artkonekt. He completed an MA degree in Philosophy and a PhD in Comparative literature. He’s been working as a freelance translator for over a decade and has translated more than 70 titles from English, French, Serbian and Croatian.
During his residency at the National Centre for Writing, Aco will be working on the translation of Edna O’Brien: ‘The Love Object’, Alfred A. Knopf, 1968 into Macedonian collected stories. This will be the first translation of O’Brien into Macedonian language.