Tatiana Daniliyants

Tatiana Daniliyants graduated at the Moscow “Vasily Surikov” Academy of Fine Arts in 1994 and at the Higher Courses of Film Directing and Script Writing in Moscow in 2004. She passed master-class of Polish Oscar Laureate, film-director Andzei Waida in Cracow, Poland in 1997. She also received a 3 month residency at Peggy Guggenhaim Collection in Venice in 1995. She is the author of 3 books of poetry: Red noise (OGI Publishing House: Moscow, 2012); Whiteness (OGI Publishing House: Moscow, …Read More

Elena Fanailova

Elena Nikolayevna Fanailova (19 December 1962) is a Russian poet. Born in Voronezh, she graduated from the Voronezh Medical Institute and earned a degree in journalism from Voronezh State University. She worked for six years as a doctor at Voronezh Regional Hospital. In 1995 she became a correspondent for Radio Svoboda, and has lived and worked in Moscow since the late nineties. She has contributed verse and literary reviews to Znamya, the New Literary Review, Critical …Read More

Sergey Gandlevsky

Sergey Gandlevsky was born in Moscow in 1952. He graduated in Russian literature at the University of Moscow and has been writing poetry since he was eighteen. One of the most prominent among the Russian poets, he is a complete author: beside poetry he has been writing short stories, novels, essays, critical writings and plays. In the 70’s, he was one of the founders and participants of the group of poets “Moscow Time” (Московское время) along …Read More