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Dzejnieks un policists Jānis Tomašs izdod dzejoļu krājumu «Smagatlētika»

Izdevniecība “Pētergailis” laidusi klajā dzejnieka Jāņa Tomaša otro dzejoļu krājumu “Smagatlētika”. Dzejas cienītāji noteikti atminas, cik spoži viņš sevi pieteica 2016. gadā ar debijas dzejoļu krājumu “Melnie darba cimdi”. Tas kļuva par gada sensāciju un saņēma gandrīz visas tā gada literārās balvas.

Jānis Tomašs ikdienā rūpējas par rīdzinieku drošību – strādā par policistu.

“Man nekad nav bijis sapnis būt par dzejnieku vai sapnis izdot grāmatu, tas dabīgā ceļā notika,” stāsta Tomašs.

“Es to saucu par otro darbu, tad es saku, ka strādāšu vēl pie dzejoļiem. Un tad arī strādāju vienkārši tā, kā tas būtu otrs darbs. Un man nav svarīgi, vai man par to maksās, vai kāds lasīs, es to vienkārši daru priekš sevis,” atklāj autors.

Policists un dzejnieks. Divas pasaules. Jānis Tomašs no Vecpiebalgas ikdienā daudz lasa un, kā pats saka, strādā divos darbos – gan Rīgas Pašvaldība policijā, gan vakaros mājās, sacerot dzeju.

 

Avots: lsm.lv.

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