Caj Westerberg

Caj Torsten Westerberg (born 14 June 1946 in Porvoo) is a Finnish poet and translator.[1] Among his several awards, he is the recipient of the Eino Leino Prize in 1995,[2] State Prize for Translation in 1984 and State Prize for Literature twice, in 1970 and 1986.[3] In 2012 he was the recipient of Dancing Bear Poetry Prize by Finnish Broadcasting Company for his excellent poetry translations from the past two decades of the Swedish poet Tomas Tranströmer.[4]

WorksEdit

  • Onnellisesti valittaen, 1967
  • Runous, 1968
  • En minä ole ainoa kerta, 1969
  • Uponnut Venetsia, 1972
  • Äänesi, 1974
  • Kallista on ja halvalla menee, 1975
  • Reviirilaulu, 1978
  • Elämän puu, 1981
  • Kirkas nimetön yö, 1985
  • Toteutumattomat kaupungit, Runoja 1967–1985, 1987
  • Että näkyisi valona vedessä, 1991
  • Läikehtien rientävät pilvinä kivet, 1992
  • Ataraksia, 2003
  • Yönmusta, sileä, 2011

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Westerberg, Caj in Uppslagsverket Finland.
  2. ^ Kustantajat.fi Archived January 30, 2010, at the Wayback Machine (in Finnish)
  3. ^ Otava.fi (in Finnish)
  4. ^ Books from Finland, Literary Prizes accessed 13 Nov 2013