Bajraj was granted residency in Mexico as a refugee thanks to the International Parliament of Writers that offered him the options of France, Italy or Mexico. He fled the war in the Kosovo for a more peaceful Mexico City where he resides with his wife (a physician) and two children.
- El tamaño del dolor ("The size of the pain", 2005)
- Ruego albanés ("Albanian plea", 2000)
- Slaying the Mosquito, 2017
- Aro Tolbukhin, en la mente del asesino ("Aro Tolbukin, in the mind of the assassin", 2002)
- (in Spanish) Bajraj at the Goethe Institute in Mexico.
- (in Spanish) Vine a aprender español y para leer a Octavio Paz ("I came to learn Spanish and to read Octavio Paz"), article from El Universal.
- (in Spanish) Review of Ruego albanés.
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