Anna Löwenstein

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Anna Löwenstein, 2016

Anna Lowenstein or Löwenstein (born 1951 in Great Britain) is an internationally known Esperantist.[1] She worked for the World Esperanto Association 1977–1981. Under the name Anna Brennan she founded and was editor of the feminist magazine Sekso kaj egaleco 1979–1988,[2] and she edited the 'easy language' section of Kontakto 1983–1986. She has written some non-fiction, and two novels. Her historical novel The Stone City [3] (La Ŝtona Urbo), was first published in English and Esperanto in 1999, and has since been translated into French (2010) and Hungarian (2014). Her second novel Morto de artisto [4] (2008) was published in Esperanto. She is well known as a journalist, teacher and activist in the Esperanto movement, and has been a member of the Academy of Esperanto since 2001.

She is married to Renato Corsetti, a former president of the World Esperanto Association. The couple lived together in Italy from 1981, but since 2015 they have been living in the UK.

Retrieved[edit]

  1. ^ Trarigardo de la E-Gazetaro - 04.05.2004 Archived 22 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine., Radio Polonia (in Esperanto). Retrieved 5 November 2010
  2. ^ Sutton, Geoffrey. Concise Encyclopedia of the Original Literature of Esperanto, p. 572–73 (Mondial 2008) (ISBN 978-1-59569-090-6)
  3. ^ Löwenstein, Anna. The Stone City (1999) (ISBN 978-0-7544-0098-1)
  4. ^ Löwenstein, Anna. Morto de artisto (2008) (ISBN 9789077066393)