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Amarsana Ulzytuev

Contributor

Amarsana Ulzytuev

Amarsana Ulzytuev was born in 1963 in the Buryatian capital of Ulan-Ude and graduated from the prestigious Gorky Literature Institute. He has recently published his fourth book, The New Anaphoras (Vremya/Time); his first three are Morning Forever (2002), Abovenew (2009; with an afterword by Alexander Eremenko), and Anaphora. Amarsana’s reading of his poems closed the 2013 Baykal Poetry Festival (min. 4-16). Amarsana’s poems in Alex Cigale’s translation are in Plume, World Literature in Translation, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Quiddity, and the Atlanta Review. 

Articles by Amarsana Ulzytuev

Eddie’s Funeral
By Amarsana Ulzytuev
But his dirty ears are resistant to their tender entreating, / And the thick lips will not stretch from these ears into a smile
Translated from Russian by Alex Cigale
Multilingual
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