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Olga Bragina (Kyiv, 1981) is a poet, prose writer, and translator. Bragina is the author of five books: Applications (2011), Namedropping (2012), Background Light (2018), Speech is Like a Flash Lamp (2020), and Prisms of Pleroma (2021). Her work has appeared in literary journals such as Vozdukh, Interpoezia, Polutona, Novaya Yunost’, Volga, Zinziver, Deti Ra, and others. Her translations into Russian of John High’s poetry collection Vanishing Acts and Katie Farris’s poetry collection Ice for You were published in Kyiv in 2018 and 2021, respectively.