Lukman Derky (SY/FR)
Lukman Derky (SY/FR), was born in Derbassiya, Syria, in 1966. He was a member of Aleppo University’s literary circle in the 1980s. He has published six collections of poetry and one of short stories. He has worked for television and theatre as a writer, actor, and author, also writing in Syrian and Arabic newspapers, with a daily column in Baladna, a Syrian paper. He is a cofounder of the satirical newspaper Al-Dumery, and founder of Alif magazine for new writing. He lives in Damascus.
Grzegorz Kwiatkowski (PO), Gerður Kristný (IS), Peter Waterhouse (AU) and Inger Elisabeth Hansen (NO).
The Music Says Freedom Exist
Video by Louisiana Channel of Nobel Prize Winner Tomas Tranströmer (SE) reading Allegro. Ryszard Krinicki (PO) and Inger Elisabeth Hansen (NO). Lukman Derky (SY/FR) read by Georg Schjerven Hansen (NO) who has translated Derkys poems into Norwegian.