Spanish Electronic Literature Journal Shares Poems by Ulujay Akif
“Babab.Cultura de revista”, a popular Spanish electronic literary journal, has posted in Spanish the poems “The Shadow”, “The Question” and “The March of Love” by Ulujay Akif, a young talented poet, under the newly created column “Azerbaijani Poets” within the frame of the AzSTC project “The Latest Azerbaijan Literature.” The journal also provides detailed information on the poet.
The translator of the poems into Spanish is Aysel Aliyeva, the Spanish language specialist at the AzSTC, and the art editor is Eva Contreras, a Spanish philologist.
It is worth noting that “Babab.Cultura de revista”, which is regularly followed by a wide auditorium of readers, publishes works by world-renowned writers and poets, such as Isabella Bird, Thomas Mann, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Mario Vargas Llosa, Blanca Andreu, to name a few.
- was born in Baku in 1995;
- graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Baku State University;
- since 2021 has been the editor-in-chief of “Kulis.az”, the literary and cultural portal;
- author of the poetry books “Shells Thrown at the Sun” and “Hide and Seek.”
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