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And, like Chekhov, she is adept at crystallizing minute detail, human flaws, ticks and wrinkles; capable of delivering great quivering moments of flux.
Tell me about that period in your life and how it drew you into poetry.I have been writing poetry since I was 7 years old, but it all started for me when I met the wonderful poet Evgenii Khorvat.(Salt Publishing, 2008), she attempts to reinvent herself as an American, yet somehow can’t quite seem to untangle herself from her Soviet past.Katia Kapovich sees herself as deeply flawed, and perhaps this is precisely where the strength of her poems are embedded.During your student years in the Soviet Union your literary circle was under close scrutiny by the KGB.
Your father, a leading architect, was imprisoned for crimes against the state.