Alexander Skidan

Alexander Skidan is a poet, critic, essayist, and translator. He is the author of more than ten books, including, in English, Red Shifting and the pamphlet Golem Soveticus: Prigov as Brecht and Warhol in One Persona. He has been recognized with the Andrei Bely Prize and a Joseph Brodsky Fellowship. Skidan is a member of the working group “What is to be done?” and editor of the “Practice” section of New Literary Review. He lives and works in Saint Petersburg and Tbilisi, Georgia.

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