Born in 1980 is a contemporary Georgian writer, dramatist and screenwriter. He started writing short prose at the age of nineteen.  In 2002 his debut book entitled 10/2  was published under the pen name Zemkha, followed by another published work You in 2005. His subsequent works appeared under his real name. The collection of stories Reusable Bottles published in 2008 was nominated simultaneously for the famous literary awards GALA and SABA. In 2010 Guram Megrelishvili authored the novel  about the 2008 Russian-Georgian conflict, which due to its tense plot and somewhat subjective naturalism has no alternative among other books about the recent war. Guram Megrelishvili has worked on several screenplays, including Kventin’s Eyeglasses  and was the leading script writer of the Georgian large budget film Seazone. His play How to Make a Boy  devoted to the problem of violence was awarded the UN special prize.


  • About Love in a Few Words, Intelekti Publishing, 2014
  • Wealthy Village People, Intelekti Publishing, 2014 
  • European Elder, Intelekti Publishing, 2013
  • Model 18/12, Diogene Publishing House, 2011
  • Man’s City, Diogene Publishing House, 2010
  •, American-Georgian publishing house Alliance, 2010
  • Reusable Bottles, Bakur Sulakauri Publishing, 2008 
  • You (under pen-name Zemkha), Jeo-Print Publishing, 2005
  • 10+2 (under pen-name Zemkha), Tbilisi, 2002


  • UN special prize against violence 2011 for his play How to Make a Boy
  • Guram Rcheulishvili Literary Award 2010 in category the best novel for
  • Best Young Writer 2003 - State Scholarship of President of Georgia

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