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Anatoly Kudryavitsky


15 February at 4pm at the Cork Arts Theatre.
Reading with Gerry Murphy.

Admission: €6 (€5 concs.) Tickets available at the door.


Anatoly Kudryavitsky


Anatoly Kudryavitsky is a Russian/Irish writer of Polish/Irish extraction. He has published two novels, a few novellas and short stories, seven books of his Russian poems and three collections of his English poems, Shadow of Time (Goldsmith 2005), Morning at Mount Ring and Capering Moons (Doghouse, 2007 and 2011), as well as A Night in the Nabokov Hotel, an anthology of contemporary Russian poetry in English translation (Dedalus, 2006) and Bamboo Dreams, an anthology of Irish haiku (Doghouse, 2012). He lives in Co. Dublin and edits Shamrock Haiku Journal. His poems have been translated into twelve languages.


CSPF WorkshopsClick here for more information on how to register for Kudryavitsky's haiku workshop on the morning of Wednesday, 13 February.




More about the author:

Anatoly Kudryavitsky website

Kudryavitsky at Doghouse Books

Kudryavitsky at Dedalus Press


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