Khosiyat Rustam

Khosiyat Rustam

Khosiyat Rustam

Khosiat Rustam was born in 1971 in Olmos village, Chust district, Namangan region. In 1993, she graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Tashkent State University.
In 2021, she graduated from the International Writers Program at the University of Iowa in the United States. Currently, she is the editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Kitob dunyosi" (The Book World) and an independent researcher of Alisher Navoi University of Language and Literature. From 2022, she is the coordinator of The World Poet Movement of Colombia in Uzbekistan. 
In 2020, on the initiative of Rustam, many famous poets and writers of the world wrote a letter of sympathy to the President of Azerbaijan, Ilhom Aliyev. And this letter was read out on many sites and Azerbaijan TV. In addition, her books "Ismi Lola edi u qizning" (That girl's name was Lola) and "44 days" dedicated to the conflicts between Azerbaijan and Armenia were published in Azerbaijan in the Azerbaijani-Turkish-Uzbek languages. In addition, her other books were translated into Azar by Ramiz Askar, a literary scholar, professor, laureate of the international Babur Prize, published in Azar and Uzbek for university students and included in the curriculum. Khosiat RUSTAM's poetry has been translated into more than 30 languages and her books have been published in several foreign countries. 
Khosiat Rustam was awarded the "Shuhrat" (Fame) order by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2004 and the commemorative medal "25 years of Independence of Uzbekistan" in 2016. She participated in several international poetry festivals and In 2012, she was the winner of the international competition held in Bursa, Turkey. Since 2019, she has been a member of the Writers' Union of Azerbaijan. 

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