Ihar Kulikoŭ – Бяс край (End Less)

This book includes poems written from August 2020 to March 2024, as well as a handful of earlier ones, related to the rest by the meanings, if not by the events.


Ihar Kulikoŭ – Бяс край (End Less)
Illustration: Darja Kulikova
hochroth Minsk
Berlin, 2024
ISBN 978-3-949850-49-3
Language: Belarusian

Ihar Kulikoŭ was born in 1988 in Minsk. Graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the Belarusian State University. Writes poems. Translates poetry and sometimes prose, mainly from Sanskrit and English.

Author of seven collections of poetry: “Паварот на мора” (“Turn to the Sea”, 2011), “Свамова” (“Svamova”, 2013), “Сівер-гара” (“Northwind Mountain”, 2015), “Валадар загадак” (“Lord of Riddles”, 2017), “Храм ракі” (“River Temple”, 2019), “Вецер нішто і рэха цьмы” (“The Wind of Nothing and the Echo of Darkness”, 2021), “Нетутэйшая далечыня” (“The Distant Distance”, to be released in 2024).

Among the translations, there are the excerpts from the Mahabharata, selected works of Kalidasa, Bhartrihara and Robert Frost, as well as “The Lord of the Rings” by J. R. R. Tolkien.