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Nina Iskrenko (1951–1995) was an influential poet of the Moscow New Wave in the 1980s, and a member of the unofficial Moscow club Poetry. Following the putsch in 1991 she became a member of the Russian Writers’ Union. She published three books of poetry in 1991, and her work appeared in many journals. In 1995 she received the Yeltsin Award for her poetry. She died of cancer aged forty-three.
Nina Iskrenko's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 245 (2019) Send Me an Angel (translated by Anne Gutt)