Kirill Azerny

Speaker
Poet, prose writer, interpreter.
Russia
He published prosaic works in Russian (Novy Mir, Ural, Nosorog, Artikulyatsiya, etc.) and American (Gone Lawn, Offcourse Literary Journal, Flatbush Review) journals.

A participant of conferences held by Electronic Literature Organization (2020, 2021). A participant of the University of Iowa International Writing Program (2015). A co-editor of Zdes, a self-publish journal (2015–2020). He manages a website and a Facebook group — both called illiterature — dedicated to electronic and experimental literature, digital art.

He was born in Sverdlovsk in 1990. Currently he lives in Verkhnyaya Pyshma. He has a Master Degree in Philology (Ural Federal University). A teacher of English, and a translator. He translated texts by Clark Coolidge, Lyn Hejinian, and Lev Manovich from English.

Prose Books:

  • The Man at the End of the World (Bench Scientist, 2015);
  • Three Tales (Bench Scientist, 2018);
  • Font, a novel for e-reading (Olympus Circus, A Modern Art Herald, 2020).
Program
22/06/2021
13:30 — 15:00
video
Discussion
RUS
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RUS
The National Library of the Chuvash Republic
15 Lenin av., Cheboksary