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Budulienko

Malta Independent Thursday, 21 November 2013, 10:25 Last update: about 5 years ago

Horizons has just published Budulienko, is a modern poetic remake of a classic Czech folk tale, told from generation to generation. The story – in Maltese and English - revolves around a little curious boy and his loving grandparents, and their journey to learning a valuable lesson, after Budulienko is kidnapped by a cunning fox.  The story is set in a modern day Slovakia – the author’s home.

Jozef J. Matejka is a Slovak writer and poet, and a full - time doctor at Mater Dei. In 2007, he made his debut with his book "PríležitostnéBásne", and two years later  published his first story book "Budulienko A second collection of his poems was published in 2010, as "Básni a  obrazupodlahnútodrazu", and in In 2012, his third and most recent collection of poems was published - "HviezdynadCarcassone"

 

The years JozefJ.Matejka spent in Malta, sharpened his poetic senses. His poems portray the experiences of travelling and of an adventurous soul, especially when compared to many Slovak poets. This has been one of his biggest advantages, even though the price he had to pay was leaving his home and loved ones behind.

Horizons has just published Budulienko, is a modern poetic remake of a classic Czech folk tale, told from generation to generation. The story – in Maltese and English - revolves around a little curious boy and his loving grandparents, and their journey to learning a valuable lesson, after Budulienko is kidnapped by a cunning fox.  The story is set in a modern day Slovakia – the author’s home.

Jozef J. Matejka is a Slovak writer and poet, and a full - time doctor at Mater Dei. In 2007, he made his debut with his book "PríležitostnéBásne", and two years later  published his first story book "Budulienko A second collection of his poems was published in 2010, as "Básni a  obrazupodlahnútodrazu", and in In 2012, his third and most recent collection of poems was published - "HviezdynadCarcassone"

The years JozefJ.Matejka spent in Malta, sharpened his poetic senses. His poems portray the experiences of travelling and of an adventurous soul, especially when compared to many Slovak poets. This has been one of his biggest advantages, even though the price he had to pay was leaving his home and loved ones behind.

 
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