Literary break-fast: Brane Mozetič

Literary break-fast: Brane Mozetič
Thursday, 21. 10. 2021 at 7 p.m.
MMC KIBLA, Ulica kneza Koclja 9

On Thursday, October 21, 2021, at 7 p.m. we are kindly inviting you to the third Literary break-fast od the 2021 season. Our guest will be the poet, editor, translator and mentor Brane Mozetič, last year's Jenko Award reciever. The conversation will be moderated by Tonja Jelen.

Brane Mozetič (1958) is a Slovenian poet, writer, editor of the Aleph and Lambda collections and a translator from French (Rimbaud, Genet, Foucault), best known as the author of homoerotic literature. His oeuvre includes 15 poetry collections, a book of short stories, three novels and six children's picture books. He has edited four anthologies of LGBT literature and several presentations of contemporary Slovenian literature. More than fifty translations of his books have been published abroad, the Banalities poetry collection alone has been translated into twelve languages, making him one of the most translated contemporary Slovenian authors. He also organizes or coordinates translation workshops, readings by Slovenian authors abroad, a small literary and music festival Živa književnost, the Ljubljana LGBT Film Festival, etc. His collection Unfinished Sketches of a Revolution (Talisman House, 2018) was a finalist for the Lambda Prize, for gay poetry.

Free admission. We kindly ask you to adhere to all the RVT rules.

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Literary break-fast is financially supported by the Municipality of Maribor
Production: X-OP Association
Co-production: KID KIBLA and CODE BLUE production




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