Lev Rubinshtein

Lev Rubinshtein

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Lev Rubinshtein is an award-winning Russian poet whose work uses index cards in a genre that mixes writing with visual and performance elements. Once a librarian for underground literary efforts, his poetry was first produced in the West in the 1970s, a decade before he was published in Russia. Rubinshtein is a recipient of the prestigious Andrei Bely Prize, and has been has been widely translated. His essays have appeared in Itogi, Esquire, and other publications, and in the collection Zeitgeists.