Anatoly Kudryavitsky

Dublin 00000

Author's Bio

I am a Russian/Irish poet, fiction writer and literary translator based in Dublin, Ireland.

Publications and Prizes

A Night in the Nabokov Hotel
(Dedalus Press, 2006)
, Bamboo Dreams, an anthology of haiku poetry from Ireland
(Doghouse, 2012)
, Capering Moons
(Doghouse, 2011)
, Coloured Handprints: 20 Contemporary German-Language Poets in English Translation
(Dedalus Press, 2015)
, Horizon
(Red Moon Press, 2016)
, Morning at Mount Ring
(Doghouse, 2007)
A Hundred Gourds, Contemporary Haibun Online, Cyphers, Frogpond, Ink Sweat & Tears, Notes from the Gean, Oxford Poetry, Poetry Ireland Review, Revival, Roadrunner Haiku Journal, Shadowtrain , Shamrock Haiku Journal, Stride Magazine, The Liberal (UK), The Literary Review, THE SHOp, World Haiku Review
Prizes Won: 
Capoliveri Poetry Prize (Italy, 2007) Suruga Baika Prize of Excellence (Japan, 2008) David Burliuk Poetry Award (Russia, 2010) Vladimir Devide Haiku Award (Japan, 2011)

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
The Testament of Orpheus by Jean Cocteau

More Information

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Prefers to work with: 
Adults, Naturalists/Environmentalists, Seniors, Teachers, Teenagers
Fluent in: 
English, Russian
Born in: 
Moscow, Russian Federation
Raised in: 
Moscow, Russian Federation
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Last updated: Apr 01, 2017