Umid Najjari (Active member of IWA Bogdani) – (April 15, 1989, Tabriz, East Azerbaijan Province, Islamic Republic of Iran) – Poet, writer, translator, publicist, member of the Azerbaijan Writers’ Union and the World Union of Young Turkish Writers. Life Umid Najjari was born on April 15, 1989 in the city of Tabriz. He received his primary education in İran. In 2009-2013 he studied at the Faculty of Electronics of the Tabriz branch of the Islamic Azad University. In 2016-2020, he studied at the Faculty of Philology of Baku Eurasian University, majoring in “Azerbaijani language and literature.” He is a member of the Azerbaijan Writers’ Union (AWU) and the World Union of Young Turkish Writers (DGTYB). Career Umid Najjari began his career at a young age. His first works were published in the periodicals of Iran. He is the author of three books. In 2015, the books “Valley of Birds” and in 2019 “On the other side of the walls” were published in Iran. In 2019, the book “Photo of Darkness” was published in Azerbaijan. In 2020, a book of poems “SLIKA TAME” (in Serbian) was published in Belgrade and in 2021, a book of poems “FORGET” was published in Uzbekistan . He achieved Samad Behrangi award in 2016. He was awarded the Ali bey Hosseinzadeh Award in 2019. He was awarded the International LIFFT festival diploma in 2019. On March 31, 2021, he was awarded by the Montenegrin Translators Association for his poetry and literary translations. On November 26, 2021, he was awarded the prestigious International IWA Bogdani Award in Belgium Najjari is also an active translator. He translated several books and poems that are examples of classical and modern Persian literature from Persian into Azerbaijani. His poems have been published in the United States, Serbia, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Canada, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Montenegro, Georgia, Chile and Iran.