Fahredin Shehu was born in Rahovec in Kosovo, in 1972. He graduated from Prishtina University with a degree in Oriental Studies and then an M.A. in Literature and is now working on the PhD in Sacral Aesthetics. Shehu actively works on Calligraphy, discovering new mediums and techniques for this specific form of plastic art.
Fahredin Shehu’s published books include Nun, a collection of mystical poems (1996); Invisible Plurality, a book of poetical prose, (2000); Nektarina, a novel, transcendental epic (2004, Rozafa Prishtinë), Elemental 99, short poetical mystical stories (2006, Center for positive thinking, Prishinë); and Kun, a collection of transcendental lyrics (2007, LOGOS-A, Skopje, Macedonia); Dismantle of Hate, an e-book (2010, Ronin Press, London); Crystaline Echoes, poetry (hard copy and e-book 2011, Corpos Editora, Porto, Portugal); Pleroma’s Dew, poetry (hard copy and Kindle/ Amazon Edition, 2012 Inner Child Press, New York); and, his more recent publication, Emerald Macadam, a collection of essays, columns, opinions, presentations, and academic papers on culture, art, spirituality, 2012, Positive Initiative, Prishtina, Kosovo).
Shehu is taking part in the 2013 Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival.