Reading poems of H.D. - Sea Rose, Sea Poppy and Oread, and In the Station of the Metro by Esra Pound with John Narins, Alyosha Prokopyev, John Narins, Ekaterina Zakharkiv and Elena Vaneyan.
Mirrors in R.M. Rilke's poetry
with Alyosha Prokopyev
Dame for dem Spiegel (Lady in a Mirror) -
We were happy to have Daniel Ryudo as our guest by Skype on 22.07.2017. He read his poems After the Quake, Sphinx’s Riddle, Dylanelle, For Edgar and Sestina (for Daniel Peterson, July 2017).
Thank you, Daniel!
Reading Bog Queen and Exposure by Seamus Heaney with Victor Kachalin. Victor offered his translation of Bog Queen http://www.kreschatik.kiev.ua/2/23.htm
and also introduced the translation of Exposure made by Rafael Shenderovich
About Heaney's 'bog poems' -
In the German part Alyosha Prokopyev continued exploring the theme of mirrors in German poetry. We talked about poems from Paul Celan's collection Poppy and Memory (1952) which Alyosha has translated.
About Paul Celan -
In the English part we read poems of Lyn Hejinian ('In the dark sky', 'An alphabet of advancing ice') with Yuri Kulchitskiy, John Narins and Kirill Korchagin.
About Lyn Hejinian
Reading Michael Palmer with Kirill Korchagin.
Reading Jorie Graham's poem Treadmill from her poetry collection Place (2012)
with John Narins, Katya Zakharkiv and Kirill Korchagin
Jorie Graham's website
Well, it took us 2,5 hours to read the first half of the poem........
I have created a google doc for all interested. Please go to https://docs.google.com/document/d/16HPeRqc6T8OTFYQuvGj6mgtZAcvo8Q1HFq775L8KILs/edit
I will see your request and add share it with you -- then you are welcome to add any comments.
Reading Jorie Graham's poems End and On the Virtue of the Dead Tree from her poetry collection Place (2012)
with Wayne Jennings, Katya Zakharkiv and Kirill Korchagin
Jorie Graham's website
1) Reading Romance sonámbulo by Federico García Lorca with Anna Orlitskaya.
Federico García Lorca. Romance sonámbulo
Федерико Гарсиа Лорка. Сомнамбулический Романс. Перевод О. Савича
2) The theme of mirrors in German poetry with Alyosha Prokopyev (continuation). We read Der Weier (The Pond) by Annette von Droste-Hülshoff -
About Annette von Droste-Hülshoff -
Authors: Lena Vaneyan and Alyosha Prokopyev