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Marziya Zakiryanova's award as a green light for poets

Marziya Zakiryanova's award as a green light for poets

Marziya Zakiryanova's award as a green light for poets

Our life is full of joys and disappointments. Our life is full of unusual. Our life is a series of black and white. Our life is given to act and an example of that is the life of Marzia Zakiryanova. Her life was divided in two: before August 1, 1991 and after, when she was full of plans and hopes for the future, the mother of two minor children suddenly became disabled in the first group. Having an accident, she remained disabled until the end of her life, having spent more than 20 years in a wheelchair. Shortly before her death, she wrote the story of her life, which was published in the form of a book called Life Above Pain and Despair. A severe illness chained her to a wheelchair, but did not break her spirit, did not prevent her from smiling and enjoying life, raising her grandchildren, helping her husband in all his endeavors. Marziya Zakiryanova - the spouse of the rector of the Kazakh Academy of Tourism and Sport (KazAST) Kairat Zakiryanov. They say that a man’s career depends more on his life partner. Such a wise and sensitive, companion was for Kairat Kairullinovich beloved wife. For many years she fought against disease, and there was hope for a miracle. But the heart stopped ...

Talking about the history of the victory over himself, in his book, the author tells how to save not only the family, respect and recognition of others, but also to protect from the cruel blows of fate the fragile feeling whose name is “love”. When the book was given to the printing house, Marziya Zakiryanova was dead. She left as soon as she made her book the last amendment. Her book Life above pain and despair can rightly be called the “book of life” and “the book of the struggle”, the “book of hope”.

Thanks to the support, efforts and cooperation of the Eurasian Creative Guild (London) 1, within the framework of the annual literary festival, the Open Eurasian Literature Festival & Book Forum2, which was held this year from November 23 to 26, the award ceremony for the winners of the “Open Eurasia 2018” competition was held in Thailand ”3 and a number of special awards. One of which was the prize to them. Marziya Zakiryanova for the best women's work in the amount of $ 5000, the owner of which, this year, was named Lyudmila Dubkovetskaya (Moldova). Ludmila is a member of the Writers' Union of Moldova. A.S. Pushkin, a member of the Union of Writers, Art Critics and Critics of Russia "Title".

Last year, the winner was a young poetess from Belarus - Anna Komar.

The OEBF-2018 festival, organized by the Eurasian Creative Guild (London) together with the British publishing house Hertfordshire Press4, for the seventh time became a meeting place for creative people from around the world: writers, poets, directors, artists and other representatives of modern art.

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Eurasian Creative Guild (London) is a meeting place for professionals, which serves as a common platform for uniting creative people of all spheres and forms of art, covering a wide range of activities and serving as a meeting place and discussing their works with each other. She gathered dozens of cultural figures from around the world and was created as an association of writers, musicians, dancers, illustrators, graphic designers, sculptors, poets, as well as anyone who considers himself a creative person to promote their work around the world and search for mutually beneficial cooperation.

Festival “Open Eurasian Literature Festival & Book Forum - OEBF” is an annual international literary festival and forum that brings together poets, writers, artists, directors, creative people of any profession from the Eurasian region and from all over the world. The festival and forum is built on the principle of openness and interaction of all arts based on literature, providing an opportunity to establish a dialogue within the literary and cultural space and providing an opportunity for authors to express themselves.

Contest “Open Eurasia”, a connecting thread that unites everyone, despite the different geographical and political situation, allows you to develop, get acquainted with the newest works written in different countries, participate in their discussion, and therefore live in the general information field of modern literature . Open Eurasia provides an opportunity to popularize its participants, their works become more in demand among the public, and the winner in the category “literary work” gets the opportunity to publish his book in the UK.

The Hertfordshire Press (London) has been specializing since 2002 in publishing contemporary literature by authors of Eurasian peoples, as well as in reprinting important works of the past years, which, despite their not fading relevance, are currently not available in English.


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