A wonderful man and a magnificent poet Sergey Gandlevsky will present his original poems and answer all questions of interest. Sergei Markovich Gandlevsky, without a doubt, a very interesting person and a multi-faceted personality. Gandlevsky is an excellent editor, translator, author of not only poetry, but also prose. In different years he took part in festivals abroad, in many countries of Europe, as well as in America.
Poems and prose of Sergei Gandlevsky translated into several dozen languages. His work was repeatedly awarded with prestigious awards, and in some of them, for example, "Russian Decameron" or the Prize. B. Sokolova, Gandlevsky was in the jury. Sergei Gandlevsky was born in 1952 in Moscow, is a graduate of the philological faculty of Moscow State University, writes poems from his early youth. Until the second half of the eighties they printed several emigrant publications abroad. In 1991, Gandlevsky became a member of the Writers' Union of Russia. Also in the early nineties he tried his hand at radio, he conducted a cycle of literary programs, after a few more years he conducted a seminar on modern poetry in one of the Moscow universities. By the way, Sergey Markovich reads poetry of his own composition remarkably, and everyone who values ood poetry will be interested in listening to it. Gandlevsky is often a "hooligan" in his work, but explains himself that versification is a way to reach an armistice with society and nature, as the inner life sometimes resembles a protracted quarrel. "Gandlevsky's Lexicon is of the first order, without searching for exotics, but the choice of words and phrases is such that the sense of novelty is enduring," Peter Weil wrote about him, and these words are on the cover of Gandlevsky's book.