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Sasha Dugdale is a poet and translator. She worked for the British Council in Russia in the 1990s where she set up the Russian New Writing Project with the Royal Court Theatre. Since her return in 2001 she has translated new plays for the Court, the RSC and other theatre companies. Her recent translations of Elena Shvarts' poems Birdsong on the Seabed were shortlisted for the Popescu Prize and the Academica Rossica Award. Her third book of poetry Red House appeared in August 2011 and is published by Carcanet Oxford poets.
One of the most original poets of her generation
Paul Batchelor, The Guardian.
see PoetryEast.net for more
|Sasha Dugdale Interviewed by Maitreyabandhu At Poetry East (42:05)|
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