Alhierd Baharevich

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Alhierd Baharevic

Alhierd Bacharevic (Belarusian: Альгерд Бахарэвіч, Alhierd Bacharevič; born 31 January 1975 in Minsk) is a Belarusian writer and translator. For his first book Практычны дапаможнік па руйнаваньні гарадоў (A practical tool for the destruction of cities) he received the Hlinjany Wjales, the independent book price in Belarus. He is a winner of Belarusian literary prizes and participant of many international literary festivals. Bacharevic moved to Germany in 2007. In 2013 he returned to Minsk, where he lives now.

Bibliography

Practical Manual for Destroying the Cities (2002, Minsk, "Lohvinau" Publishing House, Vilnius, "Run") Natural colouring (2003, Minsk, "Lohvinau" Publishing House) No Mercy for Valiancina H. (2006, Minsk, "Lohvinau" Publishing House) Damned Guests of the Capital (novel, 2007, Minsk, "Lohvinau" Publishing House) The Gift of Stuttering (Polish translation, collected short stories, Wroclaw, Kolegium Europy Wschodniej, 2008) The Magpie on the Gallows (novel, 2009, Minsk, "Lohvinau" Publishing House; German translation: 2010, Leipziger Literaturverlag, from Belarusian by Thomas Weiler) http://www.erata.de/ Wilhelm Hauff. The Cold Heart. Translation and Afterword by Alhierd Bacharevic (2009, Minsk, Publishing House "Halijafy") Bacharevič's Small Medical Encyclopedia (Essay collection, 2011, Minsk, Radyjo Svaboda/Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty) Hamburski rachunak Bacharevica (Essay collection, 2012, Minsk, Radyjo Svaboda/Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty) Shabany. The Story of One Disappearance (novel, 2012, Minsk, Publishing House "Galijafy") Bacharevic's Calendar (essay collection, 2014, Minsk, Radyjo Svaboda/Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty) No Mercy for Alhierd B. (Essay collection, 2014, Minsk, Publishing House "Galijafy") Alindarka's Kids (novel, 2014, Minsk, Publishing House "Galijafy")

Publications in magazines and anthologies:

Literatur und Kritik, Lichtungen (Austria), Ostragehege, Sprache im technischen Zeitalter (Germany), Siaure Athenas (Lithuania), Vsesvit, Potiah-76, Kyivska Rus (Ukraine), Druzhba narodov, Novaja Junost (Russia), Host (Czech Republic), Radar (Poland-Germany), Krynica, Dziejaslou, ARCHE, Makulatura (Belarus); Anthologies Halbwegs zum Himmel, Ein Regen aus Kieseln wird fallen, Frontlinie, Fremde Heimat, EUROPA - Traum und Wirklichkeit (Germany, Austria) and many others.[1]

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