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Dmitry Strotsev

1970

Poet, founder of the publishing house "Grapes". Member of the "Belarusian climate" group, together with whom he created the phenomenon of "oral cinema".

Dmitry Strotsev is known as an effective performer of his poems (he calls his special manner of recitation "poetic dances") and a singer-songwriter of songs based on his poems.

Member of the Belarusian PEN Center and the Union of Belarusian Writers. An employee of the "Spiritual Heritage of Metropolitan Anthony of Surozh" Foundation.

Lives and works in Minsk.

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Selected dates:

1970

Born in Minsk (BSSR, today the Republic of Belarus).

1987

The foundation of the group "Belarusian climate" , of which he became a member.

Mid 1990s

He graduated from the Belarusian Polytechnic Institute , an architect by profession. Engaged in publishing, founder of the Minsk publishing house "Vinograd" , publishing poetry, religious literature and more.

October 21, 2020

Dmitry Strotsev was detained in Minsk. The next day, he was found in a temporary detention center in Zhodino, where he was sentenced by a court to 13 days of arrest.

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Literature:

Strotsev's lyrics combine an impulse to comprehend the metaphysical underside of ordinary things and their ironic estrangement. Strotsev's interest in the poetic epic and the large poetic form, already noted in his early work by the novel in verse "Extra Days", in the early 2000s resulted in work on the poem "The Animal Bearer" (the first two parts were published), based on folklore foundations in the language and prosodic attitude and inheriting Benjamin the Blessed in atheistic motives.

For the collection of poems "850 lines" Dmitry Strotsev was awarded the Russian Prize of the third degree for 2007 (nomination "Poetry").

Author of the books "38: Poems and a play" (1990), "Grapes" (1997), "Extra days: A novel in verse" (1999), "Tse Island" (2002), "Bottles of Light" (2009), "Newspaper (2012). Organizer of the International Poetry Festival "Time and Place" (Minsk 1995, 1996). Head of the literary and publishing project "New Furs", publisher of the almanac and poetry series "Minsk School". Laureate of the Russian Prize (2008), shortlisted for the Andrei Bely Prize (2009), the Moscow Account Prize (2010, 2012), the International Voloshin Prize (2010).

The poems have been translated into Belarusian, Ukrainian, Georgian, Hebrew, Italian, French and Swedish, and are included in the anthologies Ulysses Freed and Russian Poetry 1950-2000.