Offshoot of Sense, An

Author(s): SHCHERBINA, Tatiana translated by J KATES
ISBN13/Barcode: 9780473179588
A chapbook of 13 poems by Russian poet Tatiana Shcherbina. Russian/English.

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A bi-lingual edition of 13 poems by Russian poet Tatiana Shcherbina. Translations by US poet & literary translator J. Kates. Tatiana Shcherbina was born 1954, Moscow, and emerged in the 1980s as a spokesperson of the new "independent" culture. She had six books published in samizdat, and several have appeared openly since 1991 - collections of poetry written in Russian and in French, a collection of essays and a novel. She has been a featured reader at the 1989 International Poetry Festival in Rotterdam, at the 1992 Trois-Rivieres festival in Canada, and broadcast cultural commentary regularly on Radio Liberty from 1991 through 1994. Her poems have been published in Dutch, German and French translations as well as in English-language collections in the bilingual The Score of the Game (Zephyr Press, 2002) and in Life Without (Bloodaxe, 2003) as well as in many journals and magazines, and in the anthologies, Third Wave: The New Russian Poetry (University of Michigan Press, 1992), Lives in Transit (Ardis, 1995) In the Grip of Strange Thoughts: Russian Poetry in a New Era (Zephyr, 1999) and Crossing Centuries (Talisman, 2000). In 1994 she was awarded a Bourse de Creation from the French Ministry of Culture. Since 1995, she has served as editor-in-chief of the cultural journal Estet (Aesthete) in Moscow, where she lives.

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ISBN13/Barcode 9780473179588
ISBN10 047317958X
Author SHCHERBINA, Tatiana translated by J KATES
Binding Paperback
Date Published 11 Nov 2011
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 0
Publisher Cold Hub Press

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