Hannes Korjus (b.1965) lives in Riga. He graduated from the faculty of Economics at the All Soviet-Union Institute of Cinematography in 1989, with a degree in the economy of cinema and television. From 2000 to 2005, he completed an academic course at the Riga Higher Institute of Religious Sciences, affiliated with the Pontifical Lateran University (RARZI). Korjus translates prose and short stories from Latvian and Russian in to Estonian, and has authored numerous publications and two books: Ludzas Igauņi (Zemes Dieva Tauta) published by Lauku Avize in 2017, and MEKLĒJOT LATVIJĀ IGAUŅUS/ LÄTIMAAL EESTLASI OTIMAS published in Estonia in 2011 by Kadmirell.
Viienäpu (Pieci pirksti)
Title*: Pieci pirksti
Randvelt Kirjastus, Estonia
Māra Zālīte, Mansards
Five fingers is fictionalised childhood memoir in which the author describes her family's return from Siberia in the 1950s.
Mees sinises vihmamantlis
Mees sinises vihmamantlis (Vīrs zilajā lietusmētelītī)
Title: Mees sinises vihmamantlis
Title*: Vīrs zilajā lietusmētelītī
Kirjastus Paradiis, Estonia
A story of a long-lasting friendship and love towards language between an elderly translator of James Joyce, Tebe, and a young female writer.