Agnese Rutkēviča, born in 1988, also known by her pen name Anna Foma, is a Latvian poet, prose author, and playwright. Agnese Rutkēviča has studied Thetatre at the Culture Academy of Latvia, as well as drama and directing at the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts Kraków, Poland. Rutkēviča has participated at the poetry and prose writing workshops at the Literary Academy, organized by the Latvian Writers' Union. As an actress, she has also performed in various theatre plays, participated in international drama forums. Her story Melnais uzvalks [The Black Suit] earned her the main prize at the Prose Readings Festival 2011. Her first book of poems Jaunā Vāgnera klusēšana [The Silence of Young Wagner] was published in 2013 by Mansards.
Vietām cilvēki [People in Places]. Riga: Jāņa Rozes apgāds, 2020.
Jaunā Vāgnera klusēšana [The Silence of Young Wagner]. Riga: Mansards, 2013.
About Poeple in Places // Online magazine Satori, 2020 [LV]
Laligaba nomination for The Silence of Young Wagner // Laligaba.lv, 2013 [LV]
Conversation with Agnese Rutkēviča // Diena.lv, 2014 [LV]
Audio conversation with Agnese Rutkēviča // Latvijas Sabiedriskie Mediji, 2014 [LV]
Story about a blue tank // Online magazine Satori, 2012 [LV]
Anna Foma, poems // Jaunā Gaita No. 267, 2011 [LV]
Agnese Rutkēviča, writer's profile, articles for Diena // Diena.lv [LV]Reviews
Katrīna Kuduma, Vāgners un daudzi citi, review of The Silence of Young Wagner // Jaunā Gaita No. 272, 2013 [LV]
Artis Ostups, Kas šeit notiek?, review of The Silence of Young Wagner // Diena.lv, 2012 [LV]
Silvija Radzobe, review of the play "My Poor Father" // Online magazine Satori, 2013 [LV]
2013, nominated for the Annual Latvian Literature Award for best debut, for The Silence of Young Wagner
2011, Prose Readings Festival, main prize for story The Black Suit