Pavel Arsenev

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Pavel Arsenev (Павел Арсеньев, 1986, Leningrad) is an artist, poet and theorist. He graduated in Theory of Literature from the Faculty of Philology and Arts at St. Petersburg State University (2010) and received a title Docteur ès lettres at Geneva University (2021). He is the author of six books of poetry and one scientific monograph. Arsenev is founding editor of Translit, a Petersburg journal for poetry and theory and a former member of the Poetry Actionism Laboratory (2008-12) with Roman Osminkin and Dina Gatina. He was the recipient of the Andrei Bely Literary Prize in 2012. He lives in Marseille.


  • To, chto ne ukladyvayetsya v golove. Stikhi [То, что не укладывается в голове. Стихи; That, Which Does Not Settle In the Head], St Petersburg: AnnaNova, 2005. [1] (Russian)
  • Literatura fakta i proyekt literaturnogo pozitivizma v Sovetskom Soyuze 1920-kh godov [Литература факта и проект литературного позитивизма в Советском Союзе 1920-х годов; The Literature of Fact and the Project of Literary Positivism in the Soviet Union of the 1920s], Novoye literaturnoye obozreniye (Новое литературное обозрение), 2023, 552 pp. Publisher. (Russian)


  • Marijeta Bozovic, Avant-Garde Post–. Radical Poetics after the Soviet Union, Harvard University Press, 2023. Publisher. (English)