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1 Dayen, Aleksey Absinthe Then Love
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2006 0-89304-799-6 / 9780893047993 First, Limited Paperback, Saddle-stapled New Poetry 5 1/2x8 1/2 Cover art by Mia Barkan Clarke 
Poetry in English by a Russian-American poet. "Dayen is a sharp observer of the every day experiences in life. He doesn't mince with words or clothe them in similes and metaphors, preferring to speak in the language of the common man and woman, and in doing so, he steers clear of the vain and maudlin tone too evident in many of today's poets. Read him at a bar with a shot of whiskey, or in a cafe with a double shot of Espresso; if one of the two doesn't get you 'wired," the poetry will." —A. D. Winans "Aleksey—your work is like Bukowski—except you go a step further and make us care about your lit of cigarettes, letting them go back into the silence from where they came, saying goodbye to them with an image." —Hal Sirowitz 
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2 Dayen, Aleksey—Mindy Rinkewich, Translator Jazz Auto-da-fé
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2005 0893047864 / 9780893047863 First, Limited Paperback, Saddle-Stapled New Street Poetry 5 1/2x8 1/2 Bebe Barkan 
Russian Poets Series #1. Bilingual (Russian-English). A recent Kiev-born immigrant to America—poet, writer, photographer, artist—writes of his impressions primarily of New York City on the street level. Tough as asphalt, tender as a Fitzgerald night, full of vodka and cigarettes and easy, soulless women. This book is a cross-cultural saga in the dusk and twilight of a lost weekend. 
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