Olga Livshin is a Russian-American poet and literary translator. Her work has been commended by the CALYX journal's Lois Cranston Memorial Prize, the Cambridge Sidewalk Poetry Project, and the Robert Fitzgerald Translation Prize (twice). Livshin's poetry, translations and essays have appeared or are forthcoming from the International Poetry Reviewthe Kenyon Reviewand a dozen other journals. A series of her poems has been translated into Persian. 

Reception to follow. This reading is open to all members of the Lafayette and Easton community.

Sponsored by: Program in Russian and East European Studies, English, Skillman Library, the Office of Intercultural Development, and Religious and Spiritual Life

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