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Mariya Galina is a poet, critic, writer and and translator of English and Ukrainian poetry. Her poetry and literary fiction contain a strong element of magic realism. Her writing has garnered prestigious awards, including the Moscow Count (for the best poetry book of the year published in Moscow) and Anthologia (for the highest achievement in modern Russian poetry).
Mariya Galina's work featured in PN Review comprises one report.
Reported by in PN Review 203 (2012)Yury Gagarin in London