Books

During the 9-year history of the competition, thanks to the awards of patrons supporting the Open Eurasia competition, 25 authors were translated into English and published in London*. Books published in the capital of Great Britain but also received recognition of writers around the world.

1. Galina Dolgaya (Uzbekistan)

2. Rahim Karimov (Kyrgyzstan)

3. Natalia Kharlampieva (Republic Of Sakha-Yakutia, Russia)

4. Tolibshohi Davlat (Tajikistan)

5. Lenifer Mambetova (Republic Of Crimea)

6. Zinaida Longortova (Yamalo-Nenets district, Russia)

7. Zaur Hasanov (Azerbaijan)

8. Maral Hidirova (Turkmenistan)

9. Anna Komar (Belarus)

10. Lenar Shaeh (Republic Of Tatarstan, Russia)

11. Shahzoda Nazarova (Netherlands)

12. Evdokia Irincheeva (Republic Of Sakha-Yakutia, Russia)

13. Jacqueline de GE (USA)

14. Isajon Sulton (Uzbekistan)

15. Muhammad-Ali-Suleiman (Republic Of Crimea)

16. Kamran Salayev Alioglu (Azerbaijan)

17. Dildora Tulyaganova (Turkey)

18. Lyudmila Dubkovetcaia (Moldova)

19. Oksana Gordiіko (Ukraine – Poland)

20. Arina Chunaeva (Russia)

21. Hosiyat Rustamova (Uzbekistan)*

22. Ion Jani (Russia – Armenia)*

23. Ekaterina Chlebnikova (Russia)*

24. Hope Silver (USA)

25. Janna Golubitskaya (Russia)*

 

 

* the works of the winners of 2019 will be published in 2020