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Kirill Medvedev is a young Russian poet who in 2003 rejected the Moscow literary world for its corruption and irrelevance. In the years since, he has protested the Putin regime on the streets of Moscow, written long essays about the post-Soviet intelligentsia, and taken his poetry in new directions. "I am interested," Medvedev has written, "exclusively in the artist undertaking a 'battle for his art'—which in our own time will mean a battle for his position. The meaning of this is contained not in one or another social function, but, to the contrary, in the ability to see, without distortion by one's social standing, without limitations by one's artistic milieu." This book, co-published with Ugly Duckling Presse, collects Medvedev's poetry, essays, and manifestos from the past decade.
As seen in n+1 Issues 6 and 14, as well as Occupy! Gazette number 4.
Translated by Keith Gessen with Mark Krotov,
Cory Merrill, and Bela Shayevich
Edited, introduced, and annotated by Keith Gessen
Designed by Don't Look Now!
Smyth-sewn. 280 pp, 5.75 x 8.25"
Publication date: December 2012
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