Tatiana Voltskaya

Tatiana Voltskaya

Biography

Tatiana Voltskaya was born in St. Petersburg and is a poet and essayist. She is a member of the St. Petersburg Writers’ Union and St. Petersburg Union of Journalists, and she has written critical essays and reviews for newspapers and journals of St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Paris. She served as a co-editor of the St. Petersburg literary journal Postscriptum alongside Samuil Lourie and Vladimir Alloy, and is a recipient of the Pushkin Award, among others. Voltskaya has published five books of poems, has been regularly anthologized and translated, and currently works as a journalist at Radio Liberty / Radio Free Europe.

Events with Tatiana Voltskaya

[CANCELED] Cry, the Beloved Country

09 May 2020
4:00 pm-5:30 pm
Frederick P. Rose Auditorium
The Cooper Union
41 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10008


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