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Sameer Sayegh in Špital za prjatle Club in Celje, Slovenia, Tuesday, 23rd May, at 19h.

Špital za prjatle is a culture club in Celje, Slovenia for young and for 'young at heart'. This Tuesday it will host the ICORN writer in Ljubljana Sameer Sayegh from Iraq who will read his poems in Arabic and English. Sameer has fled Mosul and is hosted by the city of Ljubljana since February 2016. During his time in Slovenia Sameer wrote many new poems, also putting in regard his 'new temporary homeland'. At the poetry evening he will be joined by two Slovene artists: Robert Simonišek from Celje who is a poet, writer and an awarded essaysit and Ifigenija Simonović, a poet, writer, an awarded essayist and designer. Robert is Vice Chair of the Slovene PEN and Ifigenija Simonović is the new Chair of the Slovene PEN that is also coorganizing this event. Guests will speak about the role of the Slovene PEN and the work and experience of the exiled writer, journalist and poet Sameer Sayegh in Slovenia (foto Domen Jan).