The meeting of the Literary Salon in the National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan will be dedicated to the writer Kamil Karimov
October 3, 2018
On October 3, the National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan will host a meeting of the Literary Salon dedicated to the works of the writer, Honored worker of the Republic of Tatarstan, Honored Art Worker of the Republic of Tatarstan, winner of the State Award of the Republic of Tatarstan named after G. Tukai Kamil Karimov, the press service of the museum reports.
At the meeting of the Literary Salon, the meeting participants will discuss issues related to the study of creativity of Kamil Karimov.
Kamil Karimov was born in 1950 in the village of Shali, Pestrechinsky District. After graduating from high school, he worked as a water well driller in Kazan. This stage of life is reflected in the works “Kom segate” (“Hourglass”, 2000), “Sakau Kuku” (“Burry Cuckoo”, 2003) and others.
After graduating from the Kazan Institute of Culture, where Karimov studied at the directing department, he began working as a correspondent for the newspaper Yash Leninchy (now Sabantuy). Karimov also worked as the chief editor of the Idel almanac, executive secretary of Chayan magazine. Since 2001, he became chief editor of the Kazan Utlary magazine.
Kamil Karimov is also the author of the collections of works “Behetle Keshe” (“The Happy Man”, 1984), “Vaghdda” (“The Oath of Allegiance”, 1985), “Kulegade Sense Bar” (“The Fox in the Shadow”, 1990), “Uzenne Bel “(” Look at yourself “, 1997),” Uen “(” The Game “, 2010) and others.
The Tukai Prize was awarded to a writer and a poet for the books “Karurmanda Kara Pesi” (“Black Kitten in the Forest”) and “Igezekler yoldyzlygy” (“Twins Constellation”). Karimov also became famous as a master of artistic expression, entertainer, author and TV presenter.