Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani: from ‘Havana Trip’

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Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani is a London-based multilingual poet, arts practitioner and researcher of Croatian/Algerian heritage born in Zagreb. Her poems have appeared in UK literary magazines and journals including Molly Bloom, Pamenar Press, The Forthrightly Review and The Still Point Journal, and in literary journals and magazines in Canada and Croatia.  Jasmina has received funding (in 2018 and 2019) for her multilingual poetry project “Unbound” from the Small grant programme of the Language Acts and Worldmaking flagship project funded by the AHRC Open World Research Initiative. In 2019 she published her debut poetry collection (in English, French and Croatian) Reveries about language / Rêveries autour de la langue / Sanjarenje o jeziku (printed for Language Acts and Worldmakingunder the imprint of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, London: 2019). Jasmina has (co-)directed poetry performances in London and Zagreb between 2019 and 2022 and has given talks and published essays on multilingual poetry practice. Her second poetry collection Knitting drum machines for exiled tongues has been published in 2022 (Tears in the Fence: Dorset, 2022). For full information on her work and activities, visit: https://jasminabradovani.com.



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