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Aleksey Porvin

Contributor

Aleksey Porvin

Aleksey Porvin is a contemporary Russian poet. Translations of his poems can be found in Ryga Journal, St. Petersburg Review, SUSS, The Dirty Goat, World Literature Today, and The New Formalist, among others. His poetry collections include The Darkness is White (Argo-Risk Press, 2009) and Live By Fire (Cold Hub Press, 2011), which was his first book published in English. His poetry was shortlisted for the Andrei Bely Prize and The Russian Debut Prize. He lives with his wife in St. Petersburg.

Articles by Aleksey Porvin

Until the Threads Burn to Ash
By Aleksey Porvin
Hold an assault rifle with my hand, use my mouth
Translated from Russian by Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler
Soul, you are a street
By Aleksey Porvin
Soul, you are a street, leading into rain / from the outskirts full of dry leaves
Translated from Russian by Peter Golub
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