Russian poet Sergei Gandlevsky on tour in the U.S. and Canada

Sergei Gandlevsky's poetry is translated to many languages. An important figure in the Soviet-era literary underground, Gandlevsky was unable to publish in Russia until the fall of the Soviet Union. He has since garnered major literary prizes for several books of poetry and a book of memoirs, including both the Little Booker Prize & the Anti-Booker Prize for his 1996 work, Trepanation of the Skull.

From 1992 to 2007 he was a guest lector in different universities of the U.S. This November we will be on a great tour in the States and Canada.

The schedule:

November 1 - Boulder, Colorado

November 4 - Yale, University

November 7 - Brooklyn library, NYC 

November 8 - Boston

November 9, 10 - Amherst University

November 11,12 - Wesleyan University

November 14 -  Cleveland

November 16 - Pittsburgh University

November 17 - Wellesley University

November 18 - Boston University

November 22 - Toronto

November 23 -  Montreal

 

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