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October 2019
詩會
  • 活動日期2019.10.6 (日)
  • 時間16:00 - 17:00
  • 地點kubrick 百老滙電影中心一樓講廳
  • 語言英語為主
  • 費用全免
  • 查詢kubrickpoems@gmail.com
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Kubrick Poetry • October • Who can stop you from writing what you want?

活動介紹



Lithuania is a country located in the Southeastern shores of the Baltic sea. We know little of this country, the food and the culture scene there. What will it to be like in Lithuania? Can people embrace freedom of expression? We have the first and young poet from Lithuania, Aušra Kaziliūnaitė, who is going to read with us her poem addressing freedom and personal issue.


主題︱Who can stop you from writing what you want?
日期︱2019.10.6(日)
時間︱16:00 -17:00
場地︱kubrick @百老滙電影中心一樓講廳
地址︱九龍油麻地眾坊街3號駿發花園H2地舖
詩人Aušra Kaziliūnaitė
主持︱Polly Ho
語言︱英語為主
費用︱自由參加活動,歡迎提早占座
查詢︱kubrickpoems@gmail.com
主辦︱kubrick poetry



The event is supported by the Culture Institute of Lithuania Embassy.


◼︎ 詩人介紹


Aušra Kaziliūnaitė (poet, writer, performance artist, journalist; Lithuania) is an author of four books of poetry. Last year her selected poems, The Moon is a Pill (Parthian Books, 2018) was published in English. The book was listed among the five best works of Baltic literature recently translated into English by literature expert Jayde Will. Several of Kaziliūnaitė's poems appeared in  How the Earth Carries Us: New Lithuanian Poets (Lithuanian Culture Institute, 2017) and New Baltic Poetry Anthology (Parthian Books, 2018). Her texts have been translated into many other languages as well. Aušra Kaziliūnaitė has received numerous Lithuanian national awards including the Young Artist Prize from the Ministry of Culture (2016). She was invited to the International Writing Program 2018 (IWP) in the USA and participated courtsey of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. Aušra is the Deputy Chair of the Lithuanian Writers’ Union and main program curator and coordinator of the literature festival and book fair Books’ Weekend in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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