Individual residencies / Olot


From Monday, 3 June 2024 to Monday, 10 June 2024

Moscow (Russia)


Anzhelina Polonskaya was born in Malakhovka, a small town near Moscow. Since 1998, she has been a member of the Moscow Union of Writers and in 2003, Polonskaya became a member of the Russian PEN-centre. Polonskaya has published translations in many of the leading world poetry journals, including The Iowa Review, Agni, Image, The Massachusetts Review, Ploughshares, The Kenyon Review etc.

Awards: Rockefeller Fellowship; International Words on Borders' Freedom ( Ord i Grenseland ) Prize, 2016; Pushcart Prize nomination 2019. Shortlisted books for the 2021 AATSEEL book prizes To the Ashes by Anzhelina Polonskaya, translated from Russian by Andrew Wachtel (Zephyr Press, 2019).

She published her new book Take me to Stavanger in September, 2023 (University of Pittsburgh Press).


Polonskaya has been writing since her last poetic book Take me to Stavanger came out in October 2023. The new book All these endless days will consist of a number of poetic cycles of various lengths and tonalities, which will allow the reader to appreciate all sorts of nuances and influences on the authorial voice and to appreciate the role of time and place in the lyric consciousness. At Faberllull she will be writing this new book and she will also be working on a manuscript Oh Let This Night Never End, the books of short stories.

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