Teele LEMBER

LEMBER Teele

Poems

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Teele Lember has published a poetry book in 2020 (titled "Systematic Dreamer") and her work has been featured in Estonian literary magazines. She takes part in the stage poetry scene in Tallinn and Tartu, mostly writing in Estonian and occasionally also in English. Her poetry often centres around the role of a modern woman in Estonian society and current politics. The texts are sometimes angry, but also make use of more thoughtful moments and self-deprecating irony. She has an education in law, which is her main line of work. 

Photo (c): Uku Peterson
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