Volha Hapeyeva

Volha Hapeyeva /Вольга Гапеева/
(b. 1982, Minsk, Belarus)

Volha or Volya Hapeyeva /Вольга або Воля Гапеева/ is the Belarusian poet, writer, thinker, translator and linguist.

Her works are translated into more than ten languages. Participant of numerous literary festivals and conferences, prize-winner of literary prizes in Belarus, holder of international residency scholarships in Austria, Germany, Latvia. Collaborates with electronic musicians, gives audio-visual performances. Member of the Belarusian PEN-Centre. Author of the books, among them are “The Grammar of Snow”, “The Unshaven Morning”, “Sad Soup”, “(Incr)eadible Stories. Paper version” etc.

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                  photo#3 (jpg. photo(c) Max Shumilin).

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