George Pospelow spent 50 years to create the book about India, Russia, Canada, and the USA. Its constituent part “200 love poems” got spread worldwide. American poet Billy Durand: “… I’m reading Pospelow. Blood is pouring down to the skin, the heart has gone to the heels,” Director, People’s Artist of Russia Mark Rozovsky: “at the level of Marina Tsvetaeva.” Love, which continues the conquests of the Silver Age of Russian poetry, will conquer all ages. Hopefully, exotic adventures, too.
Книга публикуется в авторской орфографии и пунктуации
Это лучшая наша поэзия после Серебряного века, теперь благодаря английскому варианту открытая для всего мира.
December 29, 2020, в 4:00 PM
An author is a man of 50 professions. He was a consul in four countries, a head of the department in the Ministry of foreign affairs of Russia and a woodcutter at the Far East; a scientist having Ph. D., MLIS, and MA and an immigrant for a quartercentury time in Canada and the USA; a university library cataloger and a writer. He returned to his native St. Petersburg, Russia.