“Wine of Angels” by Natalka Bilotserkivets. Read by Natalka in the original Ukrainian.
Translated and read by Dzvinia Orlowsky. Excerpted from Eccentric Days of Hope and Sorrow,
2022 Griffin International Poetry Prize finalist.
In a conversation with Elizabeth Lund of Poetic Lines on NewTV, Dzvinia Orlowsky discusses BAD HARVEST, and the importance of honoring good times and bad.
“For Love of Words” Easton Commuity Access Television, February 2019, hosted by John Holgerson. Dzvinia Orlowsky discusses her Ukrainian-American background, growing up in the Midwest and other influences on her work as poet and translator. Followed by a reading from her most recent collection, BAD HARVEST.
In this trailer for her collection, SILVERTONE (Carnegie Mellon University Press), Dzvinia Orlowsky reads the title poem with accompanying family archival photographs from 1945-1955. Featured at the Kinofest NYC 2013 Festival, The Ukrainian Museum, East Village, NYC.
Dzvinia Orlowsky discusses the thematic, structural and personal elements of her poetry collection SILVERTONE (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2013).