Kansas City - Łódź - Ljubljana - Tržič, February 2012
Klemen's prose was recently translated into Polish by Katarzyna
Bendarska. The book Wilno is
available for Kindle (Polish edition). The story Vilnius
has been also realeased in
Kaunas, October 2010
Lithuanian actress Edita Niciūtė
and director Raimundas Eimontas recorded two videoclips with recitations of Klemen's poems. You can watch both recordings using the following links:
1. The Horses were never running wild
2. The Doctor Pipes the Slow Swing
Raimundas Eimontas contributed also the sound background. Camera: Tadas Šlajus.
The Hermit and the Wolf in eleven
South African languages
Johannesburg, South Africa, June
In the begining of the Football World Cup Klemen's
poem The Hermit and the Wolf was translated into all official South African languages. The poem was recited by South African artists and translators.
and translations are available on
Klemen's book for Kindle
Klemen's first e-book,
Vilnius, (translated in English by Shay Wood) has been released.
The title page is illustrated by Arjan Pregel, who also executed the
artworks for Klemen's third poetry book, Master in the Confessional
Box. The book is
available for Kindle.
India, January 2010
Klemen's poetry appeared in Indian newspaper Sangai Express which is published in the Indian state Manipur. The translation into the Manipuri language was done by the newspaper's editor Satyajit Usham.
Slovakia, October 2009
Klemen's most recent book, Pustovník a vlk (The Hermit and the Wolf), is published in Slovakia on the occasion of Klemen's guest appearance at the Slovene embassy in Bratislava.
Translated by Terézia Benejová, Romana Marušková, Jana Mičuchová, Kristína Potočňáková, Saša Vojtechová Poklač, Miloslav Vojtech, Sabina Bodóová, Edita Csóková, Lea Geringová, Zuzana Golianová, Kristína Hetmanenko, Ľuboš Kačírek, Diana Lengyel, Simona Vojtušová.
An electronic version of the book is also available.
Download it for free.
The book is sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Bratislava.
Jacksonville, Florida, November 2009
Klemen's short story Vilnius gets the Editor's Choice Award and is published in the American literary journal
Fiction Fix (translated by Shay Wood).
It is nominated for a prestigious American literary prize, the 'Pushcart Prize'.
Vilnius, Lithuania, September 2009
The anthology of Slovene short stories Auksas kišenėje
(The Gold in the Pocket) comes out in Lithuania and includes Klemen's story. It is translated by Laima Masytė.
Evald Flisar, Andrej Blatnik, Maja Novak, Igor Bratož, Andrej Morovič, Feri Lainšček, Drago Jančar, Aleš Čar, Milan Vincetič, Andrej Skubic, Dušan Merc, Jani Vrik, Vinko Möderndorfer, Suzana Tratnik, Klemen Pisk.
Preface by Matej Bogataj.
Lietuvos rašytojų sąjungos leidykla, 2009.