Aušra Kaziliūnaitė

Ausra will be appearing at:

April 7th's European Camarade at Rich Mix

April 9th's Lithuanian and British poets collaborate! at The Poetry Society

April Tuesday 10th : Versopolis poets in focus : London Bookfair

Aušra was born in Vilnius, Lithuania, in 1987.

Aušra is a writer, poet, journalist, film researcher, human rights activist, performer, philosopher and event host. Also she is the program coordinator of one of the coziest book fair in Vilnius - “Books’ weekend”.

She received a BA in History and an MA in Religious Studies. The poet, who is also a doctoral student of Philosophy at Vilnius University, so far has published four books of poetry in Lithuanian. She has received numerous national awards, including the Young Artist Prize of the Ministry of Culture.

This year her poetry collection “The Moon Is a Pill “ (2018; Parthian Books) was translated by Rimas Užgiris and published in English. Also, Aušra’s poetry is translated in Polish, Latvian, Russian, French, German, Spanish, Georgian, Greek.

Poems http://vilniusreview.com/poetry/101-ausra-kaziliunaite



Book reviews http://vilniusreview.com/reviews/206-esu-aptrupejusios-sienos-about-landmarks-paradoxes-and-expanses


Flash interview http://balticwomenwriters.com/2017/05/31/flash-interview-with-ausra-kaziliunaite/

Photo by Monika Požerskytė

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