Dear Sir/ Madame,
I am writer and art journalist right now at artist in residence project at Nelimarkka museum in Alajarvi. I would like to write an article about your Library for Belgrade daily newspaper called Danas, so I would like to visit your Library at 1.08. or 2.08.2016. when I will arrive at Helsinki. Do you have anybody interested in speaking in behalf of the Library or you have all infos about the building and the library on your web site.
And, there is another thing. I am writer deeply interested in Scandinavia. My books are in bookstores abroad:
EATERS OF RAW MEAT by Ljiljana Maletin in libreries
HARVARD LIBRARY, USA
Harvard (18th ed.)
MALETIN-VOJVODIĆ, L. (2013). Oni koji jedu sirovo meso.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY, CANADA
CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY, USA
RONALD WILIAMS LIBRARY, Illinois library, Chicago, USA
I would like to give two of my books as an present to your library. One is in Serbian language, image studies about Finland, with lot of color photos from Helsinki, Seinajoki, Turku etc. (Embassy of Finland in Serbia supported publishing of that book in 2011) and the title is Finland, land of Kalevala, lakes and saunas and the another is in English and the title is Those who eat raw meat, it is my novel about writer stayed at the most northem museum in the world, in Greenland.
Here is more links about my work:
Looking forward for your answer,
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, writer from Novi Sad, Serbia
Thank you for your request. Unfortunately I did not quite understand if it is Alajärvi Library that you would like to visit or some library in Helsinki.
If you meant Alajärvi Library, it would be best for you to contact them straight. Their e-mail address is kirjasto(at)alajarvi.fi .
If on the other hand it is Helsinki City Library that you are interested in, you could contact tiina.tarvonen(at)hel.fi . Here in Helsinki City Library we would be glad to give you a guided tour in the library and all the information you need. Your book donations would also be very welcome in our collections.
Further information about Helsinki City Library in general:
about Pasila Library (Main Library) in particular:
and about all Helmet Libraries (Helsinki Metropolitan Area Libraries):
Pauli Hatsala, information specialist
Helsinki City Library / Pasila Library