MINSK, 2 November (BelTA) – A book of the Belarusian author will be presented at the Nobel Museum for the first time, BelTA learned from the Eurasian Creative Guild (ECG).
Anastasia Kuzmicheva's Belarusian Whales, published by the Eurasian Creative Guide jointly with the British publishing house Hertfordshire Press, will be presented at the Open Eurasian Literature Festival and Book Forum that will be running in Stockholm on 17-20 November. The ECG series is a project of the Eurasian Creative Guide to support Eurasian writers. The series allows for publishing a book in London with minimal investment.
The book was presented at the author's homeland in October 2017 and got a positive feedback from Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Belarus Fionna Gibb and Belarus' Ambassador to the UK Sergei Aleinik. Fionna Gibb named the collection of poems by young patented Belarusian writer Anastasia Kuzmicheva is a significant event to mark the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The book is now available in English as well. Sergei Aleinik believes that the publication of the Belarusian Whales in English has brought the country closer to the western reader.
Belarusian Whales is lyric poetry full of contradictions and doubts of the modern world.
Hertfordshire Press was founded in London in 2002. Over 15 years the publishing house has produced more than 65 books by 41 authors from different countries. Hertfordshire Press specializes in the publication of popular-science literature of Eurasian authors and reprinting important works of the past which, despite their enduring relevance, are currently unavailable in English. Hertfordshire Press publishes books in print, electronic and audio formats.
The Eurasian Creative Guild is an international non-profit organization, a meeting place for creative talents. Today, the guide has more than 400 members from 31 countries. The ECG establishes international contacts and popularizes the creativity of its members through competitions, festivals, exhibitions and other events.More about Society