Poetry • Katia Kapovich
Katia Kapovich emigrated in 1990 from the USSR, where she was part of a literary dissident group; she now lives in Cambridge, MA, and co-edits Fulcrum: An Annual of Poetry and Aesthetics. She is the author of five collections of Russian verse and one book of English language poetry, Gogol in Rome (Salt, 2004).
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