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Poetess, playwright, producer: Poetry Evening of Karina Sarsenova

Poetess, playwright, producer: Poetry Evening of Karina Sarsenova
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Educational technologies room (room 346)

Within the framework of XXV Minsk International Book Fair a creative presentation of the famous Kazakh writer Karina Sarsenova will take in the educational technologies room (room 346) on March 2 at 15.00.

Karina Sarsenova, poetess, playwright, producer, psychologist, scriptwriter and philanthropist became the founder of the new literary genre, "neo-esoteric fiction".  She has 24 books published in Kazakhstan, Russia and China.

Through her works, Karina tries to inspire a person to look inside of himself, to reveal kind feelings in him. She addresses her art works to people with an interest in life, the desire to learn new things, to all who seeks answers to difficult questions and wants to develop intellectually and spiritually.

Karina Sarsenova is the general producer of KS production, the well-known company in Kazakhstan, the founder and playwright of the author's musical theater Triumph, the author of the script of the feature film Hranitel Puti (The Path Guardian). A member of the Writers' Union of Russia, a gold winner of the International Award Russian "Golden Pen", a chevalier of the Russia’s Literary Olympus medals, as well as medals after the names of Marshak and Lermontov, a chevalier of the honorable sign "For Labour Valour", correspondent of the International Academy of Integration of Science and Business.

For more information: (8 017) 266 37 37.

Read about: Poetry Evening with Karina Sarsenova and Anton Mitnev


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