Hannu Luntiala ( Finnish. Hannu Luntiala , born October 12, 1952 in Helsinki ) is a Finnish modern writer. The main place of work is the head of the Finland Population Registration Center. Lives in Helsinki.
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|Place of Birth||Helsinki , Finland|
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Luntiala made his literary debut in 2006 with the Hommes storybook, but before that, his stories and poems appeared in various collections and anthologies.
- “ In memoriam ” (novel, spring 2008)
- “ Recent Messages ” ( Fin. Viimeiset viestit , novel, spring 2007)
- Hommes (storybook, 2006)
Poems in Anthologies
- “The poetry of labor speaks” ( Fin. Työn runo puhuu , Lahti, 1985)
- “A stone in the middle of the square” ( Fin. Kivi keskellä toria , Cultural Foundation of Finland, 1999)
- “Freedom, now” ( Fin. Vapaus, nyt , Poetry Marathon in Lahti, 2001)
- “Dreams and masks” ( Fin. Unelmia ja naamioita , Poetic marathon in the city of Lahti, 2003)
The author’s stories were also published in the 2002 anthology published by Gummerus and in the magazines Young Power ( Fin. Nuori voima ) and Strength ( Fin. Voima ). [one]
One of the winners of a major poetry competition of the Cultural Fund of Finland.
The winner of the contest in honor of the centenary of the birth of Toivo Pekkanen with the story “Black” ( Fin. Musta ).
Victory in the competition of the Union of Youth Forces and the publishing house “Gummerus” with the story “I am not at all a man of nature” ( Fin. En ole mikään luontoihminen ).
Of all the writer's works, only his first novel, Recent Messages , has been translated into Russian.