Eeva Park 
Author

Poemas

Original

Übersetzung

Kaheksateistrealine luuletus estonio

Traducciones: sv

to poem

Surm tuli metsast estonio

Traducciones: fi

to poem

Ma arvan estonio

Traducciones: sv

to poem

Visby estonio

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to poem

Eeva Park 
Author

Foto © Piret Raud
* 09.09.1950, Tallinn, Estonia
Vive en: Tallinn, Estonia

Eeva Park was born into a writers' family in 1950 in Tallinn. She made her debut with a poetry collection, Mõrkjas tuul (Acrid Wind, 1983) and has  published altogether seven collections by now. Eeva Park is also the author of plays and short stories. 

Her novel Lõks lõpmatuses (Trap in Infinity, 2003) concentrates on human trafficking and has been translated into German, Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish. In 2014 she was awarded the Finnish translation award for the anthology of 16 poets, 8+8: Estonian and Finnish Poetry.

 Foto © Piret Raud
Publicaciones
  • Geeniuste algkursus

    Play, Estonian

    Tallinn: Loomingu Raamatukogu, 2016

  • Lemmikloomade paradiis

    Novel, Estonian

    Tallinn: Verb, 2016

  • Oda jälg õhus. Luulet aastatest 1983-2013

    (Collected poetry)

    Poetry, Estonian

    Tallinn: NyNorden, 2014

  • Linnujahireeglid

    Poetry, Estonian

    Tallinn: Verb, 2012

  • xNovell

    Short stories, Estonian

    Tallinn: NyNorden, 2010

  • Tulearm

    Poetry, Estonian

    Tallinn: Verb, 2007

  • Homsed uudised

    Poetry, Estonian

    Tallinn: Verb, 2005

  • Lõks lõpmatuses

    Novel, Estonian

    Tallinn: Tänapäev, 2003

  • Vaba langemine

    Poetry, Estonian

    Tallinn: Tänapäev, 2002

  • Absoluutne meister

    Short stories, Estonian

    Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, 2010

  • Tolm ja tuul

    Novel, Estonian

    Tallinn: Eesti Raamat; Varrak, 1996, 2002

  • Pääse karussellile

    Short stories, Estonian

    Tallinn: Huma, 2000

  • Öö valgus

    Poetry, Estonian

    Tallinn: Eesti Raamat, 1990

  • Naeru õpilane

    Novel, Estonian

    Tallinn: Kupar, 1998

  • Kaksteist eesti kirja

    Short stories, Estonian

    Tallinn: Perioodika, 1995

  • Mees, kes mäletas elevante

    Short stories, Estonian

    Tallinn: Huma, 1994

  • Hullu Hansu lugu

    Novel, Estonian

    Tallinn: Eesti Raamat, 1988

  • Mõrkjas tuul

    Poetry, Estonian

    Tallinn: Eesti Raamat, 1983

  • Palveränd

    Play,Estonian

    Tallinn: Perioodika, 1966

  • The Rules of Bird Hunting

    Translated into English by Jayde Will

    poetry, English

    London: Parthian, 2018

Premios
  • 2014 Kääntäjäkarhu-palkinto

  • 2004 Eduard Vilde Literary Award

  • 1994 Friedebert Tuglas Short Story Award

  • 2016 Elise Rosalie Aun Literary Award

  • 2019 The Annual Award of the Estonian Cultural Endowment

Links
  • Eeva Park @ Estonian Literature Centre

    Website
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