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Andrej Medved

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Name  Andrej Medved
Role  Poet
Awards  Preseren Fund Award

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Born  3 February 1947 Ljubljana, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (now in Slovenia) (1947-02-03)
Occupation  Poet, editor and translator
Notable works  Hiperion, Razlagalec sanj, Priblizevanja
Notable awards  Preseren Foundation Award 2003 for Hiperion Jenko Award 2008 for Priblizevanja Veronika Award 2010 for Razlagalec sanj
Books  Two Lectures on the Art of Poetry and Painting, Mirsad Begic: risbe, Tilt, Spanish palm 1994-1997, Hiperion

Andrej Medved (born 3 February 1947) is a Slovene poet, editor and translator. He has published numerous poetry collections.

Medved was born in Ljubljana in 1947. He studied philosophy and history of art at the University of Ljubljana and worked as an editor at various publications including the Le Livre Slovène, the predecessor of the current Litterae slovenicae, published by the Slovene Writers' Association. He currently works as a curator at the Coastal Galleries in Piran and is editor of the Artes and Hyperion series.

He won the Prešeren Foundation Award in 2003 for his poetry collection Hiperion, the Jenko Award in 2008 for his poetry collection Približevanja (Convergences) and the Veronika Award in 2010 for Razlagalec sanj (Interpreter of Dreams).

Poetry collections

  • Vrtovi Prispodob, žalobni lokvanji užitkov (Gardens of Metaphors, Gloomy Water Lilies of Pleasures), 2011
  • Približevanja (Convergences), 2008
  • Svetloba, v labirintu, 2007
  • Vmesnost, 2007
  • Ekloge, 2007
  • Medprostor: allegro ma non troppo, 2007
  • Priprtja & odstiranja, 2006
  • Rimske elegije, 2004
  • Nevarna razmerja, 2004
  • Kitara, 2004
  • Terpsihora, 2003
  • Labirinti, 2003
  • Hiperion, 2002
  • Pesmi, 2001
  • Uroki in prerokbe, 2001
  • Kilini, 1996
  • Videnja, 1994
  • Telo losa, 1992
  • Glava, 1987
  • Ogenj, ogenj pada, 1974
  • Sled, 1971
  • Po poti vrnitve, po poti bega, 1969
  • Toujours de nouveau (Vedno znova), 1966
  • References

    Andrej Medved Wikipedia


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