AzSTC Releases Dmitriy Chistyak’s First-Ever Printed Poetry Book in Azerbaijani

AzSTC Releases Dmitriy Chistyak’s First-Ever Printed Poetry Book in Azerbaijani

 

 The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce the launch of the book The Glass Star by notable Ukrainian poet Dmitriy Chistyak, one of the talented representatives of modernist literature.

In addition to the foreword 'The other side of silence, or ...', the collection in Azerbaijani translation consists of poems and essays, including The Night Mower, Autumn Great News, Mountain Air, A Farewell, The Sea, The Venice Night, Buttons in the Square, The Ufenau Island, to name just a few.

The translators are Salam Sarvan and Zahid Saritorpaq, and the editor is Mahir N. Garayev.

The book has been released by the AzSTC-based publishing house.

Dmitriy Chistyak

(1985)

 

• notable  Ukrainian poet, translator and literary scholar;

• authored the collections of poems 'The Hardworking Garden' (2012) and 'Stony Sea' (2016);

• works are published in Albania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, France and Japan;

• member of the Union of Writers of Ukraine, the Eurasian Union of Writers and the Belgian PEN Club;

• awarded the Literary Prize of Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers, the Gold Medal of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, as well as won a UNESCO prize and many other by several countries;

• it is the author’s first-ever collection published in Azerbaijani-Turkish.

 

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