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Tareq Samin-Bangladesh-Sahitto Anthology Vol-II
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Tareq Samin is a Bangladeshi Humanist Author. He is the Editor of the bilingual literary journal Sahitto. He is the author of eight books. Also, he has translated into Bengali, two books of Anthology...

  • Book Name: Tareq Samin-Bangladesh-Sahitto Anthology Vol-II
  • Author Name: Prodigy Published
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  • Item Publish Date: 2022 / 10 / 08
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    Tareq Samin is a Bangladeshi Humanist Author. He is the Editor of the bilingual literary journal Sahitto. He is the author of eight books. Also, he has translated into Bengali, two books of Anthology of International poetry of 22 poets from 20 countries.  His poems are translated in more than 20 languages including English, Spanish, Chinese, German, French, Italian etc.

    Also, his poems, short stories and articles are published in more than 25 countries.

    Tareq Samin received the ‘International Best Poets Award-2020’ from The International Poetry Translation And Research Centre (IPTRC), China and the Greek Academy of Arts and Writing. Also, he has been awarded ‘Honorable Mention’ in Foreign Language Authors category for his poem ‘Another Try’ in ‘The prize il Meleto di Guido Gozzano Agliè’ poetry competition held on 12 September 2020 in Turin, Italy. In July 2021 he won Naji Naaman Literary Prize 2021.

    Tareq Samin is a former fellow of Martin-Roth-Initiative Scholarship. The Martin Roth-Initiative is a joint program of ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) and the Goethe-Institut. The Martin Roth-Initiative protects artists who are dedicated to the freedom of the arts, democracy, and human rights in their home country. As a Martin-Roth-Initiative Scholarship fellow he was a guest writer in Goethe-Institut, Kolkata, India, and Kathmandu, Nepal.

    He was an international guest writer in Château de Lavigny International writers-in-residence, Switzerland, from July to September 2021.

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