Poet, prose writer, artist. (1)
By the end of the 1980’s, he was one of the founders of an informal art group named "Тутэйшыя". He started to publish his works at the beginning of 1980’s . Hlobus is often referred to as a writer that "deflowered" the Belarusian literature when, as one of the first, he started to depict carnality and used obscene vocabulary. Probably, his most well-known work in the 1990’s was a collection of short stories "Demonocameron" (Дамавікамерон, 1994), in which the characters are mythological and folklore beings set in a contemporary context.
In the last decade, he continued his active work and released several books, such as a collection of sketches "Notepads" (Сшыткі, 2003), "the self-portrait novel in a family interior" – "The House" (Дом, 2005), a collection of essays, sketches about Belarusian culture and bibliographic reminiscences – "Play.by" (2009), and many others. In 2013, his book "Fairy Tales about Adults" (Казкі пра дарослых, 2013) got into the long-list of the Giedroyc prize.