Martin Glaz Serup
Martin Glaz Serup was born in 1978 and has published six children’s books, most recent an illustrated story entitled When granddad was a postman (2010), three chapbook-essays, as well as six collections of poetry, the most recent one being the long poem The Field (2010), which was also being in USA (2011) and is forthcoming in Sweden (2012) and Finland (2013). Serup is the former founding editor of the Nordic web-magazine for literary critism Litlive and the literary journal Apparatur and former managing editor of the poetrymagazine Hvedekorn. He has been teaching creative writing at The University of Southern Denmark and at the writer's school for children's literature at The University of Aarhus and is now working as a ph.d.-student at the University of Copenhagen. In 2006 Serup received the Michael Strunge Prize for poetry and in 2008 he recieved a Gold medal from The University of Copenhagen for his dissertation of Poetry and Relational Aesthetichs, which is now being prepared for a book at the University Press of Southern Denmark. He is blogging at www.kornkammer.blogspot.com and www.prmndn.blogspot.com.
Readings in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Finland, The Czech Republic, Bosnia-Herzegovina, USA, France and Nicaragua.
Translations published in magazines in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina, India, Canada, USA, Nepal, Nicaragua, Island, Serbia, Indonesia, Guatemala and Mexico.