112th: Karen Van Dyck with Eleni Bourou
Join us at Book Culture 112th on Thursday, March 30th at 7pm for a reading and conversation with Karen Van Dyck and Eleni Bourou to celebrate the recent release of ΑΛΛΩΝΩΝ/LIFTED. Also participating are Maureen Freely, Toby Lee, Mark Mazower, Jennifer Van Dyck, and Lawrence Venuti.
In order to facilitate this in-person author event, we will be partially closing the second floor starting at 6:45pm. Please review our COVID-19 Safety guidelines and register for the event using the link below.
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Karen Van Dyck is a critic, translator, poet and founder of the Hellenic Studies Program in the Classics Department at Columbia University. Her recent translations include Jazra Khaleed's The LIght that Burns Us, Maria Laina's Hers, Margarita Liberaki’s Three Summers, and the anthology Austerity Measures: The New Greek Poetry. Her essays, translations, and poems have appeared in the PMLA, the LARB, the Guardian, The Paris Review, Asymptote, and Tender.
Eleni Bourou (aka Kyoko Kishida) is a translator, poet and editor. Her translations include poetry by Yosano Akiko, Nanni Balestrini, Nicole Brossard, Audre Lorde, and Keston Sutherland. Her poetry can be found in the collective works Virgulentxs (Berlin), A Chama Depende do Combustível vol. 2 (Fortaleza), What the Fire Sees (Brussels), ANAMESA (Athens) and in the literary magazine Lichtungen (Graz). She and Jazra Khaleed edit the Greek poetry magazine Teflon.