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Many Russophone poets live and work in bilingual or multilingual environments, which affects everyday life as well as creative output. While some authors write in a single language exclusively, others explore the poetic possibilities of linguistic complexity, switching between languages or combining them in the space of a single work. Together with the poets Anuar Duisenbinov (Kazakhstan), Inna Krasnoper (Germany), and Dani-Gala Singer (Israel) we will talk about various poetic approaches to bi- and multilinguality in contemporary Russophone poetry, as well as personal experiences writing in, across, and between more than one language. We will also discuss language discourses in and beyond poetry, and how this situation has changed since Russia started its full-scale war against Ukraine.

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