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Reading: Vivek Narayanan and Katia Kapovich

Narayanan and Kapovich will be reading at the Pierre Menard Galley on Tuesday, June 11. The free reading begins at 7 p.m., and will be followed by free wine. The gallery is located at 10 Arrow Street in Harvard Square (around the corner from the Café Pamplona).

Vivek Narayanan, a brilliant English-language poet, lives in Chennail, India. He grew up in Southern Africa and spent a few years in the US. His poems have appeared in Harvard Review, Fulcrum, Rattapallax and many other magazines, and are anthologized in Reasons for Belonging: Fourteen Contemporary Indian Poets (Penguin India 2002) and in Give the Sea Change and It Will Change: the Bloodaxe Book of Contemporary Indian Poetry (forthcoming from Bloodaxe and Fulcrum this fall). His latest collection of poems is Universal Beach (Harbour Line, Mumbai, India).

Katia Kapovich is a bilingual poet writing in English and Russian. A dissident in her youth, she emigrated from the USSR in 1990, and currently lives in Cambridge, Mass. She co-edits Fulcrum: an annual of poetry and aesthetics. Her work is well known and widely published in her two languages. She is author of seven books of Russian verse and of two English language collections, Gogol in Rome and Cossacks and Bandits, both published by Salt in the UK.

Posted June 5th, 2008 | Back to News
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