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Anna Löwenstein

British author, editor and Esperantist

1951   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
native language: English
language of expression: English, Esperanto
occupation: Esperantist, writer, Esperantologist
award received: Esperantist of the Year

Anna Lowenstein or Löwenstein (born 1951 in Great Britain) is an internationally known Esperantist. She worked for the World Esperanto Association 1977–1981. Under the name Anna Brennan she founded and was editor of the feminist magazine Sekso kaj Egaleco 1979–1988, and she edited the 'easy language' section of Kontakto 1983–1986. She has written some non-fiction, and two novels. Her historical novel The Stone City (La Ŝtona Urbo), was first published in English and Esperanto in 1999, and has since been translated into French (2010) and Hungarian (2014). Her second novel Morto de artisto (2008) was published in Esperanto. She is well known as a journalist, teacher and activist in the Esperanto movement, and has been a member of the Academy of Esperanto since 2001. She is married to Renato Corsetti, a former president of the World Esperanto Association. The couple lived together in Italy from 1981, but since 2015 they have been living in the UK.
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works

3

La Ŝtona Urbo

Esperanto novel by Anna Löwenstein

author: Anna Löwenstein

1999

Rusoj loĝas en Rusujo

book by Anna Löwenstein

author: Anna Löwenstein

2007

La arto labori kune : festlibro por Humphrey Tonkin

collaborative work dedicated to Humphrey Tonkin

author: Humphrey Tonkin, Probal Dasgupta, Louis-Christophe Zaleski-Zamenhof, Mark Fettes, Jouko Lindstedt, Vilmos Benczik, Rafaela Urueña, Federico Gobbo, Liu Haitao, Sabine Fiedler, Dalibor Brozović, István Ertl, Arikapalli Giridhar Rao, Seán Ó Riain, José Antonio Vergara, Aleksandr Dulichenko, Věra Barandovská-Frank, Wera Paintner, Claude Gacond, Wim Jansen, Boris Kolker, Ilona Koutny, Geraldo Mattos, Christopher Gledhill, Aleksandr Melnikov, Till Dahlenburg, John C. Wells, Renato Corsetti, Michel Duc-Goninaz, Christer Kiselman, Marc Bavant, Carlo Minnaja, E. James Lieberman, Ulrich Lins, Toño del Barrio, Vladimir Samodaj, Vlastimil Novobilský, Chengtai Shi, Ed Borsboom, Werner Bormann, Jorge Camacho, Zbigniew Galor, Nikola Rašić, Hèctor Alòs i Font, Ziko van Dijk, Radojica Petrović, Katalin Kováts, Imre Ferenczy, Petr Chrdle, Amri Wandel, Barbara Pietrzak, Thomas Bormann, Mauro La Torre, Victor Sadler, Toon Witkam, Trevor Steele, Paul Gubbins, Julian Modest, Baldur Ragnarsson, Anna Löwenstein, Roman Dobrzyński, Li Shijun, Duncan Charters, Peter Baláž, Miroslav Malovec, Jukka Pietiläinen, Edmund Brent, Gregoire Maertens, So Gilsu, Marjorie Boulton, Michela Lipari, Ursula Grattapaglia, Hans Bakker, Ivo Osibov, Hans Michael Maitzen, Ulla Luin, György Nanovfszky, Renée Triolle, Mikhail Bronshteyn, Stefan MacGill, Orlando Raola, Spomenka Štimec, Miyoshi Etsuo, Reinhard Fößmeier, Detlev Blanke, Frank Nuessel

2010

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