Iztok Osojnik  
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Neolitska esloveno

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Zgodovinski sprehod esloveno

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Za besedami esloveno

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Popoldne v bolzanu esloveno

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Lovec na jelene esloveno

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Gospod Danes razmišlja esloveno

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Li Po esloveno

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Resnica esloveno

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Oče esloveno

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Pariško jutro esloveno

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Iztok Osojnik  
Author

Foto © Jože Suhadolnik
* 27.07.1951, Ljubljana, Eslovênia
vive em: Ljubljana, Eslovênia

IZTOK OSOJNIK (born 1951 in Ljubljana, Slovenia), poet, fiction writer, essayist, translator, artist, tour director, mountain climber. His many professions took him all around the world. A trendsetter in his youth and a co-founder of the prankish sous-realisme movement is still today an independent mind who proceeds along his own paths. Graduated in Comparative Literature from the University of Ljubljana (1977). Postgraduate studies at Osaka Gaidai University (1980-82).

 Foto © Jože Suhadolnik
At present Director of international literary festival Vilenica. All his books enjoy the privilege of being published at least a decade if not two after they were written. So far 16 books of poetry, and 3 novels were published (with many more still waiting in his drawers or lately on CD-roms). He also publishes essays on literature, anthropology, and philosophy. An autobiographical novel The Story of Mr. Pirjevec and Me, and three books of poetry Darkness of July (2002), Once upon a time there was America (2003) and From the New World (2003) were published. He translated (poetry) from Chinese, English, Spanish and Croatian. His poems were published in English, Chinese, Croatian, French, Italian, Hungarian, Hebrew, Macedonian, Malay, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian and German. Three books of poetry in English:, Alluminations (City Gallery of Arts of Ljubljana), a collection of poetry And Some Things Happen for the First Time (Modry Peter, Canada 2001) and Mister Today (Jacaranda Press, 2003), and two chap books (Miscellany Poetry, UT).

For his work he was awarded with Jenko (1997 the best book of poetry award), Veronika (1998 – the poetry book of the year), Župančič (1992 – the town of Ljubljana), and Italian Friuli Poetry Award (2002) awards. In 2000 he was the fellow of Cambridge Seminar on Contemporary English Writers. And in 2001 the fellow of Goethe Institut in Berlin.