Slavka Maneva

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Slavka Maneva
Born (1934-02-02)February 2, 1934
Republic of Macedonia Republic of Macedonia
Died Skopje
Republic of Macedonia Republic of Macedonia
(2010-01-08)January 8, 2010
Occupation Author

Slavka Maneva (Macedonian: Славка Манева; February 2, 1934 – January 8, 2010[1]) was a Macedonian writer and poet. She was born and died in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. She finished her literature studies at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Skopje, and has worked as a professor of Macedonian language and literature, now publishing children's books. Her works have been translated into Serbian, Turkish, Albanian, Russian, Bulgarian, Polish, Armenian, Georgian and Lithuanian. She won the Vančo Nikoleski Award in 1996 for her book Pillows of Stars (Ѕвездени перничиња).


  • Свирипиле (The Singing Bird)
  • Џиџа (Marijuana)
  • Камчето на сакањето (The Rock of Friendship)
  • Волшебниот лифт (The Magic Elevator)
  • Готварски сказни (Cook's Stories)
  • Виножитото што пее (The Singing Rainbow)
  • Од дедо Марковото торбуле (From Grandfather Marko's Bag)
  • Приказни без крај (Endless Stories)
  • Куќата на божилакот (The House of the Rainbow)


  1. ^ "Последен збор Славка Манева" (in Macedonian). Utrinski Vesnik. January 9, 2010. Retrieved 10 January 2010.