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Larissa ShmailoLarissa Shmailo’s work appears in Measure for Measure (Everyman’s Library/Penguin Random House), Words for the Wedding (Perigee/Penguin Putnam), and Contemporary Russian Poetry (Dalkey Archive Press). Larissa’s other poetry collections are #specialcharacters (Unlikely Books), In Paran (BlazeVOX [books]), and the chapbooks A Cure for Suicide (C˘ervená Barva Press), and Fib Sequence (Argotist Ebooks). Her poetry CDs are The No-Net World and Exorcism (SongCrew); tracks are available from Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, Muze, and Amazon. Her novel Patient Women is available from Amazon, BN.com, and BlazeVOX [books].

Larissa is editor-in-chief of the anthology Twenty-first Century Russian Poetry (Big Bridge Press). She translated Victory over the Sun for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s celebrated reconstruction of the first Futurist opera; the libretto has been used for productions at Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Smithsonian, Boston University, and the Garage Museum of Moscow. She also has been a translator on the Russian Bible for the Eugene A. Nida Institute for Biblical Scholarship of the American Bible Society.

Larissa’s work is archived at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Hirsshorn Museum of the Smithsonian, and seven universities. She was a finalist in the Glass Woman prose prize in 2012, and a semifinalist in the Subito Press/University of Boulder prose competition in 2014. Larissa received the New Century Music awards for best spoken word with rock, jazz, and electronica in 2009, as well as the best album award for Exorcism. She has read at the Knitting Factory, Barnard College, the New School, New York University, the Langston Hughes residence, and for American Express/Share Our Strength. She blogs at http://larissashmailo.blogspot.com/
Please see Larissa’s Wikipedia page and her website at larissashmailo.com.

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