Dmitry Kuzmin Visits Princeton: Distinguished Russian poet, translator, and publisher Dmitry Kuzmin is teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in the Princeton University Slavic Department for the Spring 2014 semester.

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Slavic Department
Feb. 1, 2014

Russian writer Dmitry Kuzmin, an award-winning poet, political commentator (especially in the sphere of gay rights), publisher, academic, and active translator of poetry into Russian (including the works of Princeton University’s own C. K. Williams), is visiting Princeton this spring. He is teaching a graduate class on contemporary Russian poetry and an undergraduate seminar on literary translation. Shortly before the start of the Spring semester, a group of Slavic graduate students interviewed Kuzmin (link to: is external)) on his career and plans at Princeton.