Mikho Mosulishvili (born December 10, 1962), a Georgian writer. He is an essayist, literary translator, scriptwriter and playwriter too.
In 1986 Mikho Mosulishvili has graduated from Tbilisi state university (TSU), geological-geographical faculty. And also 1981-1984 He studied as secondary faculty Scriptwriting. Afterwards he worked as a geologist and as a journalist in various newspapers. He published several stories, novels and plays into Georgian language and translated three novels of Boris Akunin. His plays were performed in Georgia at theaters, on television and on radio. Some of his works have been translated into the English, Germans, Armenian and Russian. Its short story about Pore Mosulishvili Light of snow day has awarded at literary competition in Moscow (2006).
His main works are the picaresque novel Flight Without a tun (Tbilisi, Sulakauri, 2001 and second edition Gumbati-2007, 2011). In Georgia they always stated the bestseller lists.
The biographical book of Mikho Mosulishvili Vazha-Pshavela (And Phelypaea coccinea looks in chasm) show new version of life Vazha-Pshavela and unique style of his thinking. The discovery may be regarded as the authors observation that the five epic poems of Vazha-Pshavela (Aluda Ketelauri (1888), Bakhtrioni (1892), Host and Guest (1893), The avenger of the blood (1897), Snake eater (1901)) is based on the principle Golden ratio, thus this poems resembles the works of Ancient and Renaissance authors. Mikho Mosulishvili asserts, that Vazha-Pshavela rising from the depth of creativity of Georgian mythology, which makes it original event on background of the worlds literature and will significantly increase the magnitude of Georgian literature.
And as He thinks: The word has begun all and the word will finish all in this world.
==The biography: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miho_Mosulishvili
Interests: literature, theatre, filmmaking, playwriting, scriptwriting, short stories, novels, essays
Published writer: Yes