Xenia Zimmerman, born in 1990 in Oranienbaum, St. Petersburg is a poet and essayist. She studied Literature at Smolny College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, there she met Arcadii Dragomoshchenko who became her mentor and introduced her to the American and Russian school of experimental poetry. Her work was published in the literary web-magazine Peremeny.ru.
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This collection of poems is the first book by the poet Xenia Zimmerman. “Bay Area” documents coming-of-age along with “coming-of-language” experience. About writing as erasing writer’s face. Illustration by Ania Borisova
Poet, translator, criticist, co-editor of the [Translit] almanach. Born in 1989 in Omsk, USSR. Author of the book “Uzly” (“Knots”), published in Saint-Petersburg in 2011.
That was a book of counting: similar figures took place in the inversed order of something that could happen, not only factually, but “as it was”, in the visible duration of time spoken by the process of writing, permanently disconnected from structure of written.