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Osman Dilyaver was born on July 7, 1959 in city Bekabad, Tashkent region.

 

Since 1993 he is the member of Tatarstan’s Union of writers.

 

Since 2008 he is the member of National Union of writers of Ukraine.

 

Since 2006 he is the member of National Union of theatrical figures of Ukraine.

 

Works of poet were published in collections and magazines “Йылдыз” (“Star”), “Казан утлары” (“Lights of Kazan”), “Идель” (“Volga”), “Дуслык” (“Friendship”), “Эмель” (“Aspiration”).

 

The cycle of verses of the poet was included into “The anthology of the Crimean Tatar poetry” (Kiev, 2003).

 

Dilyaver Osman is the author of a number of plays translations of Tatarstan’s prominent playwrights: T. Minullin's “Эниләр һәм бабиләр” (“Lullaby”), M. Gilyazov’s “Казан егетләре” (“Akhmetdzhitskie dzhigity”). Both performances are put and go on a scene of the Crimean Tatar musical and drama theater.

 

He worked as the teacher of musical faculty at Teacher training college of the Republic of Tatarstan. Kazan. (1984-1989). Head of Department of Children Musical School #1 in Simferopol (1989-1999). Since 1999, he was the teacher of Crimean Humanitarian University and the Crimean engineering and pedagogical university in Simferopol. He published and edited the thematic Crimean Tatar “Къарасув” page in the “Selskaya Nov” newspaper of the Belogorsk area of Crimean the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1992-1993g), he carried out duties of the press secretary of the chairman of majlis M. Dzhemilev.

 

Now he works as the editor-in-chief of the Crimean Tatar literary and art, political magazine “Yyldyz” (“Star”), is the secretary of the Union of the Crimean Tatar writers.

 

Awards: Honored worker of arts of Tatarstan (2003). Honored worker of arts of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (2010). The winner of an award named after M. Dzhalil (Kiev, 2007).