Indre VALANTINAITE

 

Indrė Valantinaitė (b. 1984, in Kaunas) is a Lithuanian poet. After graduating from a Jesuit gymnasium, she studied arts management at Vilnius University and at the Vilnius Academy of Arts.
She has published poems in many periodicals and debuted with her first book of poetry in 2006. Her first book "Of Fish and Lilies" won the First Book Contest of the Lithuanian Writers Union in 2006. Her second book “Tales about Love and Other Beasts” (2011) won the Young Yotvingian Prize in 2012. In addition to writing poems, Indrė is a singer, a winner of several singing festivals and also is a TV journalist, presenter and producer.

 

 

 

 

 

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