Vesna Goldsworthy

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Vesna Goldsworthy (née Bjelogrlić) is a Serbian writer and poet who lives in England. Her books include Chernobyl Strawberries, Inventing Ruritania, The Angel of Salonika (2011), a collection of her poems.[1] Her novel Gorsky was published in 2015. In 2010, she presented a BBC radio 4 programme on finding one's voice in a foreign land. She won the Crashaw Prize in 2011 and is from Belgrade. She was a Professor of English Literature and Creative Writing at Kingston University; has moved on to University of East Anglia at Norwich. Previously she worked for the BBC Serbian Service as a journalist.