Presentation: Marina Colacicchi-Garber

Marina Colacicchi-Garber (World Languages and Cultures) will read selected poems from the book Everyone in His Own Paradise (Vodoley Publishing, Moscow, 2015), as well as more recent texts gathered under a working title A Canary in a Mineshaft, next month at the Tompkins Square Public Library in New York. The event is organized by Grigory Starikovsky, the curator of the library's Russian Reading Series.

Additionally, her critical essay “Do Not Lead Me to Speak” about the most recent poetry collection by modern Russian poet Nadia Delaland was published in August issue of literary review Znamia (Moscow, Russia). Colacicchi-Garber is the author of four books of poetry and is a member of the editorial board of the New Review Quarterly and of Interpoezia magazine.

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