Eugene Dubnov

Eugene Dubnov Born in Tallinn in 1949; from 1960 lived in Riga; left USSR in 1971. Educated University of Moskow; Bar-Ilan University, Israel; London University (Psychology and English Literature); also attended London School of Jewish Studies. Taught English, American and Russian Literature, as well as Jewish History, in UK and Israel. Writer in Residence at Carmel College, Oxfordshire (1984-87); Wingate Scholar (London, 1990-93). Currently living in Jerusalem and in London. Poems and short stories in Russian in various publications in Russia, USA, Canada, France, Germany, and Israel (in, among others, La Pensee Russe, Grani, Kontinent, The New Russian Word, The New Review, Sovremennik, Time and We); several collection published in Russian. Poems translated into and written in English published in, among others: Britain: The Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, New Statesman, The Literary Review, Poetry Review, Contemporary Review, Modern Poetry in Translation, Ambit, Outposts, Acumen, Aquarius,
Staple, Quarto, English, New Departures, Country Life, The Green Book, Poetry Wales, The New Welsh Review, Swansea Review, Poetry London, Poetry Oxford, Poetry Durham, Poetry Nottingam, Chapman, Lines Review, Cencrastus, Prospice, Akros, Iron, Envoi
; Nothern Ireland and Eire: Poetry Ireland Review, Belfast Review, The Honest Ulsterman, Cyphers, Tracks; United States: The Partisan Review, The Literary Review, Chicago Review, Massachusetts Review, New England Review, Arizona Quarterly, Southwest Review, Northwest Review, Denver Quarterly, Prairie Schooner, Ploughshares, Centennial Review, Colorado North Review, Webster Review, Poetry New York, The Yale Literary Magazine, The Beloit Poetry Journal, Seneca Review, Southern Humanities Review, Cumberland Poetry Review, The Hollins Critic, Mississippi Review, Southern Poetry Review, Interim, The Green River Review, Bloomsbury Review, Confrontation, The Cresset, Amelia, Midstream, Present Tense; Canada: Dalhousie Review, Poetry Canada Poetry, The Antigonish Review,
Canadian Literature, Wascana Review, The New Quarterly, Fiddlehead, Arc, Grain, Scrivener, Waves
; Australia and New Zealand: Poetry Australia, Poetry New Zealand, Southern Review, Southerly, Quadrant, Overland, Scripsi, The Phoenix Review, Linq, Mattoid, Imago, Scarp, Pacific Quarterly Moana Germany: Poesie Europe; France: Paris/Atlantic, Frank; Israel: B'Or HaTora, The Jerusalem Post, Ariel; South Africa: Contrast, The New Contrast; In anthologies: Homage to Mandelstam (Cambridge, 1981), Island of the Children (London 1987), Yearbook of American Poetry (Beverly Hills, CA, 1985 and 1986/87); English Poetry from Israel (Tel-Aviv, 1997). Short stories in: Partisan Review (USA), Wascana Review (Canada), Massachusetts Review (USA), Northwest Review (USA), The New Quarterly (Canada), The North American Review (USA), Dalhousie Review (Canada), Southern Review (Australia), The Honest Ulsterman (Britain), Mississippi Review (USA), Phoenix Review (Australia), Webster Review (USA), Ambit (Britain), Capilano Review
(Canada), Kansas Quarterly/Arkansas Review (USA), Wisconsin Review (USA), Chicago Review (USA), Event (Canada), New Letters (USA), Cyphers (Eire), Confrontatio (USA), Stand Magazine (Britain), Paris/Atlantic (France), Staple (Britain), Mattoid (Australia), The North (Britain), The Literary Review (Britain), Rampike Magazine (Canada), Amelia (USA), Panurge (Britain), Sequoia (USA), The Crosscurrent Magazine (New Zealand), MSS (USA), Swansea Review (Britain), Gipsy (Germany). In antologies: Literary Olympians: Crosscurrents' Anthology (Westlake Village, CA, 1987). Nine short stories broadcast on the BBC Radio 3 (1984-88). A play published in The Honest Ulsterman (Britain). Essays in, among others, Selected Essays and Poems Presented at the XIII World Congress of Poets of World Academy of Arts and Culture (Jerusalem, 1993) and Theatre Ireland. Work published also in French, Hebrew, and German translation. Translations of Russian and East European poets broadcast on the BBC Radio 3 and 4, published in,
among others, Scottish Slavonic Review, Agenda, Encounter, The Glasgow Magazine, Chicago Review, The Gnosis Anthology (New York, 1982).

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