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New Poetry from Eastern Europe

Taja Kramberger from Slovenia, Edward Pasewicz from Poland and Katerina Rudyenkova from the Czech Republic are among the twenty young poets featured in A Fine Line: New Poetry from East and Central Europe, just out from Arc Publications with a preface by Václav Havel.

These poets’ encounter with Western abundance gives them fresh imagery, but also grounds for amusement and irony. This is a poetry of wit and complexity, never raw but always glowing with human feeling.


Taja Kramberger | talks
Edward Pasewicz | talks
Katerina Rudyenková | talks


Date and Time:

3 June 2004 at 6:45 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



The Guardian Hay Festival
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Venue: v4
In association with Literature Across Frontiers and the Polish Institute in London.With support from the Czech Ministry ofCulture,Polish Book Institute and Centre for Slovenian Literature

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