Dmitry Golynko

Dmitry Golynko has five books of poems: Homo Scribens (1994), Директория (The directory) (2001), Бетонные голубки (Concrete doves) (2003), As it Turned Out (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2008), and most recently Что это было и другие обоснования (What it was and the other arguments) (2013). His poetry has been widely translated, and appears in numerous magazines, journals, and anthologies, including Graywolf Press’s New European Poets (2008). A researcher at the Russian Institute of Art History, faculty member at St. Petersburg University of Cinema and TV, and a contributing editor at Moscow Art Magazine, he publishes extensively on contemporary art and cinema.