A meeting between Basque and Slovenian poets this Thursday in Tabakalera

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2016-04-19

This Thursday, April 21, a meeting between Basque and Slovenian poets has been organized at 7 pm in Tabakalera, San Sebastian, where writers and poets Jana Putrle Srdic and Juan Kruz Igerabide will take part. The meeting is organized by the Embassy of Slovenia in Madrid, in collaboration with Donostia 2016 and the Etxepare Basque Institute.

Jana Putrle Srdic (Ljubljana, 1975) is a poet, film critic and translator of poems, that currently works as a visual art producer. She has released a total of three collections of poems, and also has translated contemporary works from English, Russian and Serbian.

Juan Kruz Igerabide (Aduna, 1956) after completing his studies of Education, taught at several schools during eight years. He is also licensed in Philology and doctorate in Basque Philology; currently, he works as professor at the University of the Basque Country. Igerabide entered the world of literature writing and researching poems in Basque, and has also conducted researches about children´s literature. Since 2003, the writer he is a member of Euskaltzaindia.

 

 

This Thursday, April 21, a meeting between Basque and Slovenian poets has been organized at 7 pm in Tabakalera, San Sebastian, where writers and poets Jana Putrle Srdic and Juan Kruz Igerabide will take part. The meeting is organized by the Embassy of Slovenia in Madrid, in collaboration with Donostia 2016 and the Etxepare Basque Institute.

Jana Putrle Srdic (Ljubljana, 1975) is a poet, film critic and translator of poems, that currently works as a visual art producer. She has released a total of three collections of poems, and also has translated contemporary works from English, Russian and Serbian.

Juan Kruz Igerabide (Aduna, 1956) after completing his studies of Education, taught at several schools during eight years. He is also licensed in Philology and doctorate in Basque Philology; currently, he works as professor at the University of the Basque Country. Igerabide entered the world of literature writing and researching poems in Basque, and has also conducted researches about children´s literature. Since 2003, the writer is member of Euskaltzaindia.

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