Dmitry Vedenyapin – IPNHK 2017

Dmitry Vedenyapin
 Dmitry Vedenyapin 德米特里•維傑尼亞賓
(1959- )RUSSIA 俄羅斯

Dmitry Vedenyapin was born in Moscow in 1959 and started writing poetry when he was about seventeen years old. He has published six books of poems: Protecting Veil, 1993, Grass and Smoke, 2002, Between the Cupboard and the Sky, 2009, What Does the Sun Beam Mean, 2010, Glass Laughs, Cigarette Sobs, 2015, and Home Perfomances, 2015. His translations of poetry and prose [British, American, French and German classical and contemporary authors] have been published in various almanacs, anthologies, newspapers, books, and the magazine Inostrannaya Literatura. Vedenyapin won a few literary prizes including Crown (an annual award given by the Union of Moscow Writers for outstanding achievements in the field of literature) in 2004 and Moscow Score for the best poetry book in 2010. Vedenyapin is currently teaching poetry at the Institute of Literary Arts and Journalism. He also hosts a cultural program at the Pasternak Museum and lives in Moscow.


德米特里•維傑尼亞賓,1959年出生於莫斯科。畢業於外國語學院。現任教於莫斯科文藝與新聞學院。十七歲開始寫詩,已出版詩集六部。他的作品已譯到英國、美國、法國和德國。他曾獲得數個獎項,其中包括2004年的皇冠獎,2010年最佳詩集獎和2011年紀念布羅茨基基金會的贊助獎。