Bilingual Poetry Event with C.K. Williams and Dmitry Kuzmin

Event Location: 
245 East Pyne
Event Audience: 
Open to the public
Event Detail: 

Bilingual Poetry Event with C.K. Williams and Dmitry Kuzmin

4:30 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30
245 EAST PYNE

C.K. Williams has published ten books of poetry, including Repair, winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2000. He received the National Book Critics Circle Award for his collection Flesh and Blood in 1987, and The Singing won the National Book Award in 2003. Williams has also published several essays and translations, as well as a memoir, Misgivings. He is currently a lecturer in creative writing in the Lewis Center for the Arts.

Dmitry Kuzmin is an award-winning poet, publisher, academic, and active translator of poetry. Among many other projects, Kuzmin edited the first Russian magazine for gay writing and the first Russian anthology of prose poems, and he is currently editor-in-chief of the literary magazine Vozdukh and edits the Internet project Vavilon. Kuzmin has translated several of C. K. Williams’s poems into Russian.

RECEPTION TO FOLLOW

Event Type: 
Special Project
Event Date: 
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - 4:30pm