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Tamta Melashvili (f)
Writer in Residence

Herkunftsland: Georgien
KKA-Residency: 2019
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Portraitfoto Tamta Meashvili
Portraitfoto Tamta Meashvili
©Dirk Skiba
Lebenslauf:
Tamta Melashvili is a writer from Georgia. She is the author of several books among them Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis winner Counting Out (2013). Her work is translated into into German, English, Italian, Russian, Croatian, Albanian and Lithuanian. She held readings and talks in Georgia, Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Lithuania and Croatia.

Books:
2018
La Conta (Counting Out), in Italian translated by Francesco Peri, Marsilio Editori.
Marines Engel, Erzahlung, Wieser Verlag.
2017
Told and Untold Histories: German Community in Georgia, Collection of Oral Histories, Intelekti Publishing House.
Marine's Angels, short story collection, Books in Batumi Publishing House.
2016 Numerim Mbrapsht (Counting Out), in Albanian translated by Eni Pejo, Shkupi, 2016, Skopje, Macedonia.
2015
To the East, Bakur Sulakauri Publishing House.
Brojalica (Counting out), in Croatian translated by Dalibor Joler, Hena.com, Zagreb, Croatia.
2014 Считалка (Counting Out), in Russian translated by Mirian Ebanoidze, Samokat, Moscow, Russia.
2012 Abzahlen, (Counting Out), in German translated by Natia Mikeladze, Unionsverlag, Zurich, Switzerland.
2011 Counting out, Diogene Publishing House.

Anthologies:
2018
Georgien: Eine Literarische Reise, Frankfurter Verlagsanstalt.
Bittere Bonbons: Georgische Geschichten, Edition Funf.
2014 Modern Prose Anthology "Best 15", Bakur Sulakauri Publishing House.
2013
Modern Prose Anthology "Best 15", Bakur Sulakauri Publishing House.
Techno der Jaguare, Frankfurter Verlagsanstalt.
2010 Modern Prose Anthology "Best 15", Bakur Sulakauri Publishing House.
2008 Modern Prose Anthology "Best 15", Bakur Sulakauri Publishing House.

Honors and Awards:
2018 Pontica Magna Fellow/Writer in Residence, New Europe College, Bucharest, Romania.
2016 Prize winner for the best short story, literary contest Tsero.
2015 Writer in Residence, Literaturhaus, Zurich, Switzerland.
2013
Prize winner for the best Ugendbuch - Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis.
Residence scholarship from Cultural City Network Graz, Austria.
Prize winner for the best short story, Modern Prose Anthology "Best 15", Bakur Sulakauri Publishing.
2012
Residence scholarship from Museums Quartier Wien, Vienna, Austria.
Residence scholarship from Literarisches Colloquim Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Nominee in Top Ten 2012 - Die Besten Bucher aus Unabhangigen Verlagen.
2011 Georgian-Lithuanian Writers Workshop - Palanga, Lithuania.
2011 Winner of the Literary Price Saba as the Best Debutante.

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