by Olga Mikolaivna
Born in Kyiv, olga works in the (intersectional/textual) liminal space of photography, word, translation, and installation. She is interested in memory, dream spaces, absences, inheritance, (dis)place, and the construction of language. Her work can be found in Cleveland Review of Books, TQR, New Delta Review, Peach Mag, and elsewhere. She is getting her MFA in creative writing at UCSD, and her debut chapbook cities as fathers came out this spring with Tilted House.