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Tatyana Moseeva was born in 1983 in Moscow. She is the author of Snowmen (2005), and her poems have been published in the literary magazines Vavilon and REZ, the newspaper Book Review, as well as on literary websites, and were included in the anthologies Music and Carousel (2004), Communal Cradle (2004), Over Fragile Air (2005), Le Liu Li (2008), Poligrafomaniya (2012), and others. She won the 2004 Student Spring poetry contest and the 2005 Word in Time essay contest, and her poems were twice longlisted for the Debut Award, the leading Russian award for young authors. She lives in Moscow and often reads her poems in literary clubs and at poetry festivals.