Helena Sinervo in 2009
|Born||17 February 1961
Helena Sinervo (born 17 February 1961) is a Finnish poet and translator.
Sinervo was born in the Finnish city of Tampere in 1961 and she studied the piano and music. She was at the Tampere Conservatoire where she qualified to teach piano. She obtained her doctorate at Helsinki University. She became a published poet in 1994.
Sinervo has translated poems by the American poet Elizabeth Bishop,the French poet Yves Bonnefoy, Maurice Blanchot and the symbolist poet Stéphane Mallarmé. Sinervo spent a further year studying in Paris in the 1990s.
- Lukemattomiin (1994)
- Sininen Anglia (1996)
- Pimeän parit (1997)
- Ihmisen kaltainen (2000)
- Oodeja korvalle (2003)
- Runoilijan talossa (2004, romaani, Tammi)
- Tilikirja (2005)
- Täyttä ainetta (2007)
- Akuvatus ja muita härveleitä & otuksia (2007)
- Tykistönkadun päiväperho (2009)
- Väärän lajin laulut
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