The Spirit of the Walrus

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Elisavietta Ritchie

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Poetry. “Elisavietta Ritchie’s writing informs and at the same time plays with language, gives off a joy, a pleasure in words. I admire her rhythmic sentences. Yes, a poet is afloat, gamboling, lolling, may even be grazing flanks”–Colette Inez. “Elisavietta Ritchie’s work is original, varied, and exciting, and has been growing steadily in scope and control. The core of her poems is vitality. Grim, joyous, exuberant, or erotic, they have a strong and vivid life”–Josephine Jacobsen. Ritchie’s poetry has been widely published. Her poetry collections include The Arc of the Storm, Elegy for the Other Woman: New & Selected Terribly Female Poems, and A Wound-Up Cat and Other Bedtime Stories. She edited a volume entitled Dolphin’s Arc: Poems on Endangered Creatures of the Sea. She has made many translations of Russian poetry and prose and has worked as a contract translator from French and Russian for various governmental and private clients. Her own poetry has been translated and published in a

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