Author: Hussein Habasch

Hussein Habasch was born in Jakmak-Saghir, a village in Kurdistan, Afrin. In 1970, he started writing poetry in the Kurdish and Arabic languages. He studied journalism at the Lomonosov-University Moscow and was promoted there in 1983; Dr. phil. (PhD). In 1984, Hussein Habasch took residence in Germany. He lives and works in Bonn. In 2000, the author took up teaching Kurdish language-speakers for the City Council of Bonn. In addition, from Summer 2008 until Summer 2010, he conducted Kurdish Language Courses at the Institut für Orient-und Asienwissenschaften of Bonn University. Habasch works as translator from the Arabic, Russian, English, and German languages into Kurdish. Since November 2011, he has been busy working on the Avesta-und Parthi languages, he translates them into the Kurdish language. He has published more than 18 books and numerous articles and has given speeches in Germany and abroad. Some of his poems have been translated into 22 languages. The poet was the President of the Kurdish Pen-Centre e.V. from 1993 through 1996. He is a member of the Verband Deutscher Schriftsteller (VS) Association oif German Authors. In 2017, Hussein Habasch was awarded a Medal by the Academy Mihai Eminescu in Craiovo, Romania. Since August 2017, Habasch has translated "The Poem of the Week ITHACA" into Kurdish, published by the journal Raman in Arbil (Kurdistan). He has participated at International Istanbul Poetry Festival (IIPF) 2010, International Istanbul Beyoglu Poetry Festival IIRISTANBUL 2011, and the Mihai Eminescu International Poetry Festival 2017.

Afrin: and the Creature That Used to Be Called Human Being / Efrîn: canberê bi mirov hatîye navandin

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Afrin: and the Creature That Used to Be Called Human Being / Efrîn: canberê bi mirov hatîye navandin

Cross-Cultural Communications / Hogir Verlag

Poetry. Translated by Rainer Maria Gassen. Edited by Stanley H. Barkan. Cover Art and Title Painting by Yahya Silo. "An Epiphany for the Soul: In two languages that bridge the waters from Kurdistan to the English-speaking world, Hussein Habasch pres...

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