Word Play, Experimental Poetry and Soviet Children's Literature

On Wednesday, April 28th at 1:30pm EDT as Dartmouth's Professor Ainsley Morse gave a talk on word play, experimental poetry, and Soviet children's literature in partnership with Globus Books, an independent bookstore serving the San Francisco area. The event was on Zoom (please FB message Globus Books' for link) and otherwise streamed live on Globus Books' Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobusBooksSF/videos

 

On Wednesday, April 28th at 1:30pm EDT as Dartmouth's Professor Ainsley Morse gave a talk on word play, experimental poetry, and Soviet children's literature in partnership with Globus Books, an independent bookstore serving the San Francisco area. 

Link to Facebook Event

Event Description from Globus Books:

Globus Books is honored to present Ainsley Morse, a literary translator, scholar, educator and the author of a new book Word Play, Experimental Poetry and Soviet Children's Literature. 

Ainsley Morse teaches at Dartmouth College and translates Russian and former Yugoslav literatures. Recent publications include Andrei Egunov-Nikolev's "Soviet pastoral" Beyond Tula (ASP, 2019), and, with Bela Shayevich, Vsevolod Nekrasov's I Live I See (UDP, 2013) and Kholin 66: Diaries and Poems (UDP, 2017). With Galina Rymbu and Eugene Ostashevsky, she is editor of the anthology F-Letter: New Russian Feminist Poetry (isolarii, 2020).

This event is in English with poems presented both in Russian and English. It will be held on Zoom on April 28, 2021, at 10.30 am PDT (SF), 1.30 pm EDT (NY). There will be a limited number of seats; please contact Globus Books via FB messenger to register. The event will also be streamed on Globus Books' Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobusBooksSF/videos