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Cardinal Points Literary Journal,
Volume 7

A project of the Slavic Studies Department, Brown University and StoSvet. Edited by Boris Dralyuk. Published by StoSvet Press, New York. 2017. In the issue: newly translated prose of Felsen, Ivaniv, Zolotukha; Special Focus: the prose of Elena Shvarts. In the Poetry section: the new translation of Tsvetaevas The Wires; poetry of Yesenin, Kannegiesser, Bagritsky, Tarkovsky, Brecht, Hapeyeva, Shcherbina, and Orlowsky. In the Art of Translation section: new translations from Baratynsky, Pushkin, Lermontov (from French), Sterligov (On the death of D.I.Kharms) and much more. Included in the issue are translations of Bella Akhmadulina by the winners of the Compass Translation Competition-2016.
ISBN: 978-1976106453

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Cardinal Points Literary Journal,
Volume 5

This issue of Cardinal Points is dedicated to the memory of the brilliant translators Stanley Mitchell (19322011), Michael Henry Heim (19432012), F. D. Reeve (19282013), Daniel Weissbort (19352013), and George Kline (19212014), as well as the legendary poets Natalya Gorbanevskaya (19362013), Stanislaw Baranczak (19462014), Nina Cassian (19242014), Maxine Kumin (19252014), Inna Lisnyanskaya (19282014), and Mark Strand (19342014).
In the issue: translations of Batyushkov, Mandelstam, Kushner, Samoylov, Vysotsky; Peter Frances essay on Annensky; essays by A. Messerer and M. Jastrzebska; poems by Russian writers on a Horatian theme, tr. by P. France with an essay by I. Kutik, Maria Rybakovas Gnedich, tr. by Elena Dimov, and more. Included in the issue are translations of Arseny Tarkovsky by the winners of the Compass Translation Competition 2014. CP5 was compiled by issue editor Boris Dralyuk (CP co-editor). Published by StoSvet Press, New York. 2015

ISBN: 978-1941196151

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Preview, browse, and buy Cardinal Points Literary Journal,
Volume 6

A project of the Slavic Studies Department, Brown University and StoSvet. Edited by Alexandra Berlina, Irina Mashinski, and Boris Dralyuk. Published by StoSvet Press, New York. 2016. In the issue: translations of prose by Tynyanov, Khodasevich, Gazdanov, Ball, and more; memoirs of the late Igor Golomstock; an essay by Lev Rubinstein, Georgy Efrons diary and more. The Poetry section includes work by Yakovlev, Barskova, Osadko, Herbert, Amelin, and others. In the Art of Translation section: new translations from Derzhavin, Blok, Bunin, Khodasevich, Gumilyov, Tyutchev, Gippius, Baratynsky, A.K. Tolstoy, and more. In memory of Andrzej Waida (1926-2016)
ISBN: 978-1539770985
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Cardinal Points Journal.
Volume 4

New York: StoSvet Press/MadHat Press, 2014
Editor: Irina Mashinski.
$19.95, paperback, 288pp.
Cardinal Points is the English-language journal co-founded by Oleg Woolf (1954-2011) and Irina Mashinski as part of the StoSvet Literary project(now run by its editor-in-chief Irina Mashinksi.
The issue, dedicated to the memory of Oleg Woolf and published in partnership with MadHat Press, features poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and scholarly essays.

ISBN-13: 978-1-941196-09-0

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Preview, browse, and buy Slava Polishchuk. WHAT REMAINS. Essays.
New York: StoSvet Press, 2013.
298pp. Foreword by Vladimir Gandelsman. Translated by Sibelan Forrester with contributions by Alexander Veytsman, Marina Georgadze, and Alexander Kopelman. A collection of essays by a Russian artist living in New York.

ISBN 978-0-9836790-3-5
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Cardinal Points Journal 12. Volume 3
July, 2011.
Editors: Irina Mashinski,
Robert Chandler.
212 pages.

ISBN: 978-0-9836790-1-1

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Preview, browse, and buy Cardinal Points Journal 12. Volume 2
August, 2010.
Editors: Irina Miashinski,
Robert Chandler.
200 pages.

ISBN 978-0-9820065-8-0
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Cardinal Points Journal 12. Volume 1
March, 2010.
Editors: Irina Mashinski,
Robert Chandler.
228 pages.

ISBN 978-0-9820065-7-3

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Sumerkin.
Compiled, edited, and annotated by Constantine Pleshakov, actively advised by Elza Bilenko and Irina Mashinski, and supported by Tatyana Babyonyshev, Marianna Frejdina, Jamey Gambrell, Ann Kjellberg, Leonid Serebriakov, Victoria Schweizer, Alexander Zotikov, and S. S. C., this book of essays is dedicated to the memory of the New York literary publisher, and editor Alexander Sumerkin. Memoirs by Alexander Sumerkin's friends and colleagues Constantine Pleshakov, Marianna Frejdina, Gabriel Superfin, Victor Raskin, Leonid Serebriakov, Victoria Schweizer, Jamey Gambrell, Ann Kjellberg, Edwina Cruise, Veronica Lossky, Nina Alovert, Sophia Chandler, Mitchell W. Miller, Edythe C. Haber, Irina Mashinski, Zakhar Ishov.
160 pages. 2008. In Russian and in English.

ISBN-13: 978-0-9820065-0-4. ISBN-10: 0-9820065-0-0.
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