9+1 Rabbits: Poetry reading and conversation between Virginia Zakharieva and Radmila Petrović
Schroedinger Bar
25.08.2022 18:30

9+1 Rabbits:
Poetry reading and conversation between Virginia Zakharieva (Bulgaria) and Radmila Petrović (Serbia)


➡ August 15, 18:30 , Schroedinger Bar

Meet Virginia Zakharieva (Bulgaria) and Radmila Petrović (Serbia) in a trilingual poetry reading in the garden of Schrödinger Bar, followed by a conversation. The event will feature unpublished new poems by Virginia Zakharieva, Radmila Petrović’s poems in the original and in Bulgarian translation by Lyudmila Mindova.

The conversation between the two will be in English.Тhe audience is invited to join with questions and comments.

Virginia Zaharieva is an artist, writer and body psychotherapist. She is the author of six poetry books, a collection of esseys and the novel 'Nine Rabbits', as well as a performer and producer of art installations and documentaries. Founder and editor-in-chief of the first Bulgarian magazine of gender issues 'P.S.'. Virginia is a producer of two ambient projects: Bulgarian nature sounds (2001) and The House of Medusa – sounds for creation (2007). She teaches Psychology of the Creative Process in ITEA.

Radmila Petrović graduated Economics and is the author of three poetry books. Her latest book, 'Moja mama zna šta se dešava u gradovima' ('My Mom Knows the Kind of Things that Happen in Cities'), published in 2020 by PPM Enclava in Belgrade has so far sold in more than 8000 copies. The Asymptote magazine refers to her poetry as 'arguably the finest Serbian example of new sincerity'

The event is part of the programme of Radmila Petrović’s literary residency at the Sofia Literature and Translation House.

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The event is part of the Sofia Literature and Translation House’s programme and is supported by the TRADUKI literary network and the National Culture Fund, Bulgaria
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