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Mladen Urem was born on 16 April, 1964 in Rijeka, Croatia. Discover Mladen Urem’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?
|Age||56 years old|
|Born||16 April 1964|
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Mladen Urem Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Mladen Urem
In the war-edition of the Rival (1-4/1991), Urem published the first retrospection of the Croatian literary works written on the frontlines at the beginning of the Croatian War of Independence (1991–1995).
He has authored the following titles: Riječki krug redom (1987), Pogledom u riječ (1987), Janko Polić Kamov — Selected Short Stories and Poems (1997), Dan velikih valova (prose and poetry by the Rival-generation, with the complete Rival bibliography 1988-2000, as well as the 1987-2001 series, co-authored with Goran Ušljebrka and Milan Zagorac, 2001), Pavica Julija Kaftanić (co-authored with Boris Zakošek, Lovorka Ruck and Igor Žic, 2005), Southerly Thoughts and Other Stories (An Anthology of Croatian Short Stories by Ksaver Šandor Gjalski, Janko Polić Kamov, Miroslav Krleža, Vladan Desnica, Ranko Marinković, Slobodan Novak, Ivan Aralica, Ivan Slamnig, Antun Šoljan and Nedjeljko Fabrio — selection by Mladen Urem, Damir Biličić and Želimir Galjanić, 2005) and Janko Polić Kamov, Dora Maar i hrvatska avangarda (Janko Polić Kamov, Dora Maar and Croatian Avantgarde, 2006).
During 1980-82, he was a singer and a guitarist with a new-wave & punk rock group Istočni izlaz (The Eastern Exit). His name appears in The Little Encyclopaedia of Croatian Pop and Rock Music (1994). He was the literary editor of the Val journal (The Wave, 1985–1989), founder and editor-in-chief of the Rival literary magazine (1988–2000) and also of the Biblioteka Val — an original titles series (since 1987). He co-founded the philological magazine Fluminensia (1989), founded and served as the editor-in-chief in the Sušačka revija culture magazine (1993–1995) and as the editor-in-chief of the journal called Dometi (1996).
Urem is frequent a contributor to the US literary journals Grand Street (New York City), Partisan Review (Boston), World Literature Today (Norman, Oklahoma) and Corner (Oakland, California), in which he has also published various works by the Croatian writers Janko Polić Kamov, Miroslav Krleža, Ivo Andrić and Ivan Goran Kovačić. He has collaborated with the famous US authors and editors Deborah Treisman (1971), William Phillips (1907–2002), Robert Bingham (1966–1999) and others, as well as with the esteemed British historian Lucy Hughes-Hallett (1953).
Mladen Urem (born 16 April 1964) is a literary critic, author and editor.
Many of his essays and studies concerning the topics from the contemporary Croatian literature, especially studies of writer Janko Polić Kamov (Rijeka 1886 – Barcelona 1910), his life and work, have appeared in various American and Croatian periodicals. In collaboration with Dolores Čikić and Boris Zakošek, he explored Dora Maar’s genealogy for the Parisian Andriveau, also publishing the findings in the Croatian daily Večernji list, as well as in the book Dora Maar – zatočenica pogleda (Dora Maar: Prisonniere du regard) by Alicia Dujovne Ortiz (Zagreb, 2004).
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