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Dzvinia Orlowsky

Dzvinia Orlowsky

Pushcart Prize recipient Dzvinia Orlowsky is the author of four poetry collections, including her most recent, Convertible Night, Flurry of Stones (Carnegie Mellon, 2008). Her first, A Handful of Bees, was reprinted in 2008 as a Carnegie Mellon Classic Contemporary. Dzvinia’s poetry and translations have appeared in numerous anthologies, including A Map of Hope: An International Literary Anthology; From Three Worlds: New Writing from the Ukraine; and A Hundred Years of Youth: A Bilingual Anthology of 20th Century Ukrainian Poetry. Her translation from the Ukrainian of Alexander Dovzhenko’s novella, The Enchanted Desna, was published by House Between Water Press in 2006. She is a contributing editor to AGNI, a founding editor of Four Way Books, and teaches at the Solstice Low-Residency MFA Program of Creative Writing of Pine Manor College. (updated 7/2010)

Orlowsky’s collection A Handful of Bees was reviewed in AGNI 42 by Mary Maxwell.

Orlowsky’s collection Edge of House was reviewed in AGNI 50 by Miriam O’Neal.

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