Born in 1982. Real name Levan Tsertsvadze, graduated in Georgian folk music from the Institute of Traditional and Contemporary Art in Tbilisi. He co-founded the Net Of Alternative Poetry, and later Pink Bus with other young poets and artists. The Pink Bus anthology published in 2007. Two of his short stories were involved in the annual anthology 15 Best Georgian Stories. His book of poems A Midnight Dance for Cancer was nominated as best debut in 2013. For the last five years he has worked as a TV copywriter and film scriptwriter. In 2010 and 2012 he participated in several literary workshops and festivals in Bratislava, Istanbul and Prague. In 2013 he founded the first genre fiction festival Insomnia to promote Fantasy, Sci-fi and horror literature in Georgia. In 2015 he was an invited participant at the World Science-fiction Convention in the U.S. He published his short story collection e-book A Zombie Who Loved Literature in 2016. His poems have been translated into English, French, Turkish, Greek, Slovak and Czech.


  • A Zombie Who Loved Literature, E-book - K.Z.Publishing, 2016
  • A Midnight Dance for Cancer, Siesta Publishing, 2012

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