Dmitry Golynko

Dmitry Golynko
  • Europe
  • Eastern Europe
  • Russia
Russian

Dmitry GOLYNKO (poet; Russia) has five books of poems: Homo Scribens (1994), Директория [The Directory] (2001), Бетонные голубки [Concrete Doves] (2003), As it Turned Out (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2008) and most recently Что это было и другие обоснования [What It Was and the Other Arguments] (2013).  His poetry has been widely translated, and appears in numerous magazines, journals, and anthologies, including Graywolf Press’ New European Poets (2008). A researcher at the Russian Institute of Art History, faculty at  St- Petersburg University of Cinema and TV, and a contributing editor at Moscow Art Magazine, he  publishes extensively on contemporary art and cinema. His participation was made possible by The Paul and Hualing Engle Fund.[

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Mike Blazer

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