A book of the Belarusian author will be presented at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, for the first time.
Belarusian whales… Sounds intriguing!
Anastasia Kuzmicheva’s “Belarusian Whales” is described as lyric poetry full of contradictions and doubts of the modern world.
The collection of poems available in both Russian and English has already been presented in Minsk on 3 October this year.
It got rave reviews from Ambassador of the UK to Belarus Fionna Gibb and Belarus’ Ambassador to the UK Sergei Aleinik.
Sergei Aleinik believes that the publication of the Belarusian Whales in English has brought the country closer to the western reader.
The book will be presented at the Open Eurasian Literature Festival and Book Forum in Stockholm on 17-20 November, BelTA reports.
The book was published by the Eurasian Creative Guild (ECG) jointly with the British publishing house Hertfordshire Press.
The ECG is an international non-profit organization, a meeting place for talented Eurasian writers.
Over 15 years the publishing house has produced more than 65 books by 41 authors from different countries.