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Dana Golin

Contributor

Dana Golin

Dana Golin was born in Riga, Latvia, and has lived in the US since 1981. Her own poems (in Russian,) appear in Gvideon, Novy Zhurnal, Storony Sveta, and Druzhba Narodov, and her translations in Atlanta Review, Cortland Review, Eleven Eleven, Harvard Review, International Poetry Review, Plume and Modern Poetry in Translation. She currently works as a Psychotherapist at a New York City nursing college. From 2011 to 2013, she was an Assistant Professor at the American University of Central Asia, in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. [Image: Narista Alieva]

Articles by Dana Golin

A Parallel Convergence: Three Contemporary Russian Poets
By Alex Cigale & Dana Golin
The three poets collected here are “outliers,” who yet may be read as having points of commonality with developments in post-war American poetry.
Translated from Russian
Three Poems
By Shamshad Abdullaev
The day was silent to distraction, / only the dog’s growl traveled beyond the window
Translated from Russian by Alex Cigale & Dana Golin
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