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Dzvinia Orlowsky

Pushcart Prize recipient Dzvinia Orlowsky is the author of four poetry collections, including her most recent, Convertible Night, Flurry of Stones (Carnegie Mellon, 2008).  Her first, A Handful of Bees, was reprinted in 2008 as a Carnegie Mellon Classic Contemporary.  Dzvinia’s poetry and translations have appeared in numerous anthologies, including A Map of Hope: An International Literary Anthology; From Three Worlds: New Writing from the Ukraine; and A Hundred Years of Youth: A Bilingual Anthology of 20th Century Ukrainian Poetry. Her translation from the Ukrainian of Alexander Dovzhenko’s novella, The Enchanted Desna, was published by House Between Water Press in 2006. She is a contributing editor to AGNI, a founding editor of Four Way Books, and teaches at the Solstice Low-Residency MFA Program of Creative Writing of Pine Manor College. (updated 7/2010)

Orlowsky’s collection A Handful of Bees was reviewed in AGNI 42 by Mary Maxwell.

Orlowsky’s collection Edge of House was reviewed in AGNI 50 by Miriam O’Neal.

AGNI has published the following work by Dzvinia Orlowsky:

At the National Home
Carpe Diem
Growing Up Ukrainian
A Handful of Bees
In Winter
The Joke
Luba Doesn’t Have the Mouse
Pontoosuc Lake, Tanglewood
Pontoosuc Lake, Tanglewood
The River
Visiting Hours
Wieliczka Salt Mine, Southern Poland

AGNI has published the following translations by Dzvinia Orlowsky:

from The Enchanted Desna by Alexander Dovzhenko

and read more

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