Juraj Kuniak

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Juraj Kuniak

Juraj Kuniak (born 2 July 1955) is a Slovak poet and writer. He was born in Košice, Slovakia.

Works[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • 1983 – Premietanie na viečka
  • 1994 – Kúsok svetového priestoru
  • 1995 – Blúdivý nerv
  • 2001 – Cor cordi
  • 2008 – Čiara horizontu
  • 2008 – Zápisník lyrického spravodajcu / Notebook of a Lyrical Correspondent
  • 2012 – Lamium album (co-author: Ján Kudlička)
  • 2013 – Dhaulágirí – Biela hora (co-author: Marián Kováč)

Co-author of poetry[edit]

Collected edition of poetry[edit]

  • 2004 – Skalná ruža – a triptych includes Premietanie na viečka, Blúdivý nerv and Kúsok svetového priestoru

Translations of poetry[edit]

  • 2013 – Walt WhitmanSong of Myself – translation into Slovak language: Spev o mne

Prose[edit]

  • 1991 – Pán Černovský
  • 1993 – Súkromný skanzen – Etudy o etniku
  • 2002 – Nadmorská výška 23 rokov
  • 2003 – Púť k sebe
  • 2008 – Mystérium krajiny / Mystery of Landscape

Books in other languages[edit]

  • 1989 – Podívej se na básničku, Czech
  • 2004 – Nadmořská výška 23 let, Czech
  • 2004 – Mister Cernovsky, English
  • 2005 – Man in the wind, English
  • 2006 – A Bit of the World's Space, English
  • 2007 – Cor cordi, English
  • 2008 – The line of the horizon, Hungarian, German, Czech, Polish, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English, Flemish, Dutch, French, Italian, Castilian, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Mongolian, Russian, Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, Macedonian, Ukrainian, Slovenian
  • 2008 – Notebook of a Lyrical Correspondent, English
  • 2010 – Nervus vagus, Czech
  • 2012 – Lamium album, Polish, German, English
  • 2013 – Dhaulagiri - Vitt berg, Swedish

References[edit]