Born in Leningrad in 1969 , Dmitry Golynko, has become one of the most innovative poets in Russia today, examining the relationships between post-Soviet language, culture, and society. Nominated for the Andrey Bely Prize, Golynko’s is the author of Homo Scribens, Directory, and Concrete Doves. He is an editor at Moscow Art Magazine and the creator of the literary site Literaturnaya Promoza. Recently released by Ugly Duckling Presse, As It Turned Out is his debut in English, translated by Eugene Ostashevsky, Rebecca Bella and Simona Schneider.
Regan Good is the author of The Book of Nature (UDP 2009) and The Imperfect (Westown Press 2005). Good is a graduate of Barnard College and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop where she was a Maytag Fellow. Her poems have appeared in the Paris Review, Antioch Review, New Letters, American Letters & Commentary, Fence, Exquisite Corpse, Lit, Cue and other journals. In 2001 she was poetry fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and has been awarded residences at Yaddo, the MacDowell Colony, and other colonies.
Lawrence Giffin's poems have appeared in 6x6, Cannot Exist, Glitter Pony, Invisible Ear, Model Homes, and Skein. He is the author of the chapbook-length poem Get the Fuck Back Into That Burning Plane (2009 UDP). As a member of the publishing collective Lil' Norton, Lawrence Giffin is the series editor of the journal The Physical Poets Home Library. Giffin also compiles an ongoing work of social philosophy composed of entries copied and pasted from newspaper comment streams entitled Comment Is Free. A kind of historical novel, Aa, coauthored with Fernando Diaz, is forthcoming from Patrick Lovelace Editions.
Posted by CROWD at Tuesday, May 05, 2009