Adrian PERERA

PERERA Adrian

Poems

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Adrian Perera, född 1986, är en finlandssvensk författare. Perera debuterade med poesiverket “White Monkey” (2017, Förlaget) och skrev sin första roman “Mamma” (2019, Förlaget). Uppföljaren “Pappa” (Förlaget) ges ut under hösten 2020. Han bor för tillfället i Åbo med sin fru och diverse krukväxter. Han har även en hatkärleksrelation med sina nackmuskler.

(c) photo: Niklas Sandström

Adrian Perera is a Finland Swedish author born in 1986. Perera made his debut in 2017 with “White Monkey” (Förlaget), a book of poetry. In 2019 he published his first novel “Mamma” (Förlaget). A sequel to the novel – titled “Pappa” – is set to be published in the autumn of 2020. Perera currently resides in Turku with his wife and a variety of potted plants. He has a love-hate relationship with his neck muscles.

(c) photo: Niklas Sandström

 

Adrian Perera on suomenruotsalainen kirjailija (s. 1986), joka tuli tunnetuksi runokirjallaan ”White Monkey” (Förlaget, 2017). Vuonna 2019 hän julkaisi ensimmäisen romaaninsa “Mamma” (Förlaget), joka saa tänä syksynä jatkoa teoksella ”Pappa”. Perera asuu tällä hetkellä Turussa vaimonsa ja useiden ruukkukasviensa kanssa. Hänellä on viha-rakkaussuhde kaulan lihaksiinsa.

(c) photo: Niklas Sandström

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