Flandria-Euskadi: Transpoesie

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

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    Sep 2023
    Sep 2023

Transpoesie is a literary festival that takes place in Brussels around the European Day of Languages, celebrated every year on September 26th. Since 2011, the festival has hosted numerous activities in September and October to highlight the richness and literary diversity of Europe. A distinct feature of the European Day of Languages involves exhibiting poems penned by authors from different parts of Europe. These poetic creations adorn public transport in their original languages, accompanied by translations into French and Dutch. In 2023, the writer Lizar Begoña will take part in the festival. 

Lizar Begoña 

Lizar Begoña (Sopela, 1996) is a poet born in Bizkaia. She began her studies in Fine Arts in 2016 at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), with a year´s stay at the Academy of Ravenna (Italy), graduating in 2019. In 2020 she completed a Master´s Degree in Art and Creation (UPV/EHU). That same year she won the III Donostia Kultura Poetry Contest with the publication of a collection of poems entitled Aro Beilegia, and in 2022 she won the XXV Igartza Literary Creation Scholarship for new writers for her novel Itzalkinak eguzkitan. 

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