Group photo:
The Raymond Carver Poetry Series, Syracuse University, 2000
Brooks Haxton, Chris Kennedy, Dzvinia Orlowsky, Michael Burkard

Selected readings.  For additional information:  Dzvinia Orlowsky (FB); @DzviniaOrlowsky (Twitter); dzvinia.orlowsky (IG)


September 12, (Pre-recording of my poem “Two Solitudes” based on artwork by Oana Maria Cajal), Shattered, Symbolic Gesture, Bucharest International Poetry Festival, National Museum of Romanian Literature.

August 30, (Virtual) Women in Translation Month Reading Series, Pen America, with Ali Kinsella (co-translator) and Halyna Kruk (Ukrainian poet).

June 5, 4th Annual Voices of Poetry event at The Mount/Edith Wharton’s home in Lenox, Massachusetts.  Host:  Neil Silberblatt.

May 11, (My poem “Invisible Departures” performed), Beyond the Scorched Mountain, live music by Farshid Soltanshahi and poetry.  Upstream Theater, International Institute, St. Louis, Montana.

April 20, (Virtual) Ukrainian Voices:  Featuring Ostap Kin, Ilya Kaminsky, Dzvinia Orlowsky, Max Rosochinsky and Luba Yalimchuk, The Brooklyn Rail,  Brooklyn, New York.

March 1, (Virtual) Voices for Ukraine: Words Together, Worlds Apart, a transatlantic reading with over 800 listeners spanning Kyiv, Odesa, and Lviv, to LA, Atlanta, Philly, Little Rock, and beyond.  Hosted by Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach and Olga Livshin

February 12, “Queen of Our Hearts” along with Kathy Aguero, Eileen Cleary, Jennifer Martelli.  Hosted by Gloria Monaghan.  65 Washington Street, Weymouth, Massachusetts.


October 1, (Virtual) Cultivating Voices Live Poetry:  A Special Reading with Lost Horse Press.  Hosted by Sandy Yannone.

May 25, (Virtual) The Countries Between Us. Reading and panel discussion sponsored by Pen Ukraine, Pen America.

April 15, (Virtual) Zhadan & Friends 2021: Poetry.  Yara Arts Group.  Hosted by Virlana Tkacz.  Guest reader:  Serhiy Zhadan.

March 27, (Virtual) Lit Balm, An Interactive Livestream Readings Series:  Lyn Hejinian, Jeff Friedman, Nin Andrews, and Dzvinia Orlowsky. 


December 13, (Virtual) Solstice Benefit/Riffs/Book Party featuring readings by Solstice staff writers; special featured guests:  Adrian Matejka and Richard Blanco.

November 15, (Virtual) Border Lines: Poems of Migration (Knopf, 2020) eds. Mihaela Moscaliuc and Michael Waters.  

April 24, Zhadan & Friends 2020, Poetry:  The Roaring 20’s:  Today and 100 Years Ago, Yara Arts Group.  Hosted by Virlana Tkacz.  Guest reader: Serhiy Zhadan.

April 25, Pink LemonAid Virtual Event:  Breast Cancer-Inspired Stories co-founders, Elaine d’Entremont Sorrentino and Dzvinia Orlowsky.  National Poetry Month, Ventress Memorial Library, Marshfield, Massachusetts.  


Brattleboro Literary Festival, reading with Jeff Friedman, Peter Johnson, Chard DeNiord.

Harriman Institute, Columbia University, 420 W 118th St, New York, New York, reading and panel discussion with Alex Motyl, Irene Zabytko, Askold Melnyczuk, Olena Jennings.

Why There Are Words, The Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, between Bleecker and Houston Streets in Manhattan’s East Village, New York. Hosted by Michael Collins.

Revival: A Monthly Literary Arts Spotlight in partnership with the Springfield Library. Mason Square Branch, Community Room, 765 State Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. Curated by María Luisa Arroyo.