Work of a poetess from Kazakhstan and a Belarusian writer presented in London

A regular meeting of the Eurasian Creative Guild was held at the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in London. Presentations by the famous poet from Kazakhstan Marina Mikhailovskaya and Belarusian writer Vladimir Tulinov took place in the course of the meeting.

Marina Mikhailovskaya presented the readings from her collection "Forty Temples," which included poems written in different periods of her life.

Angelina Krasnogir introduced guests of the meeting to the Vladimir Tulinov’s Guardsmen of Hippocrates - the first book of the Belarusian author about military doctors of the Second World War.

Traditionally, the meeting discussed creative projects and presented books published by the Hertfordshire Press.

The Eurasian Creative Guild (London) brings together writers, musicians, dancers, illustrators, graphic designers, sculptors, poets, as well as anyone who considers themselves a creative person to promote their work around the world and search for mutually beneficial cooperation. The guild is a meeting place where like-minded people discuss their work, share ideas, creative achievements and plans.