Doris Kareva

Doris Kareva (1958) is an Estonian writer.

She studied Roman-Germanic philology at the University of Tartu, and worked as the literary editor of the cultural weekly Sirp. From 1992 to 2008, Kareva has served as Secretary General of the Estonian National Commission for UNESCO. Currently, she is an editor for the literary journal Looming, and works as a translator.

Books

In English

  • Shape of Time, tr. Tiina Aleman (2010. Original: Aja kuju, 2005)
  • Days of Grace: Selected Poems, tr. Miriam McIlfatrick-Ksenofontov (2018. Original: Armuaeg, 1991)
  • Anthologies
    • Six Estonian Poets, ed. Doris Kareva, tr. Adam Cullen, Ilmar Lehtpere, Brandon Lussier, Miriam Anne McIlfatrick-Ksenofontov (2015)
    • Contemporary Estonian Poetry: A Baltic Anthology – Book Three, ed. Inara Cedrins, tr. Eva Liina Asu-Garcia, Eric Dickens, Sam Hamill, Harvey Lee Hix, Kalju Kruusa, Brandon Lussier, Miriam Anne McIlfatrick-Ksenofontov, Elin Sütiste, Jüri Talvet, Riina Tamm, Jayde Will (2013)
    • The Baltic quintet: poetry from Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden, ed. Edita Page (2008)

In Estonian

Poetry

  • Päevapildid (1978)
  • Ööpildid (1980)
  • Puudutus (1981)
  • Salateadvus (1983)
  • Vari ja viiv (1986)
  • Armuaeg (1991)
  • Kuuhobune (1992)
  • Maailma asemel (1992)
  • Hingring (1997)
  • Mandragora (2002)
  • Aja kuju (2005)
  • Tähendused (2007)
  • Lõige (2007)
  • Deka (2008)
  • Sa pole üksi (2011)
  • Perekonnaalbum (2015)
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