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OLGA LIVSHIN

Poet, Translator

OLGA LIVSHIN is an English-language poet, essayist, and literary translator. Born in Odessa and raised in Moscow, she came to the United States as a teenager with her family. Her work has been recognized by the CALYX journal’s Lois Cranston Memorial Prize, the Poets & Patrons Chicagoland Contest, the Cambridge Sidewalk Poetry Project, and the Robert Fitzgerald Translation Prize (twice).

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