CURRICULUM VITAE

Dasha Bulatova

b. 1988 in Moscow, Russia

resident of Oakland, California

 

For my writing portfolio, click here

EDUCATION

2019 –  SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY

             MFA Creative Writing (Poetry)

             Areas of specialization: poetics of memory, ecology, and place, translation, 19th/20th century                        modern American poetry, visual rhetoric/design

2013 –  BOSTON UNIVERSITY

             MS Speech-Language Pathology 

2009 –  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

             BA Linguistics, Distinction in General Scholarship 

 

RELATED EXPERIENCE

2020 – Creator, Bay Area Healthcare Worker Support Fund

            (April 2020 – present)

2019 – Freelance literary and scientific manuscript editor

            (December 2019 – present)

2019 – Poetry and Translation editor: Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review

            (May 2019 – present)

2019 – Co-curator and host, TAKE PLACE, SFSU graduate literary reading series

            (August 2019 – present)

2019 – Editorial Intern: Two Lines Press, San Francisco

            (June 2019 – August 2019)

2018 – Editorial Intern: Best American Nonrequired Reading

            (Oct. 2018 – present)

2018 – Editorial Intern and Copyeditor: Jaime Robles, poet and artist

            (Sept. 2018 – Dec. 2018)

2018 – Arts Reviewer: repeatperformances.org and The Piedmont Post

            (Sept. 2018 – present)

2018 – Graduate Student Instructional Aid: Creative Writing 101, San Francisco State University

            (Aug. 2018 – Dec. 2018)

2018 – Student Editorial Committee: Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review

            (Aug. 2018 – present)

2018 – Emerging Artist Frontier Fellowship: Epicenter, Green River, Utah

            (July – Aug. 2018)

2008 – Student Editor: Berkeley Fiction Review

            (Aug. 2008 – Dec. 2008)

2008 – Stonebridge Press: Publications Intern

            

PUBLICATIONS

2020 – The Clearing by Allison Adair, reviewed by Dasha Bulatova, Empty Mirror, 7/9/2020

2020 – "Jade Hunting at Willow Creek," "Cane," and "Dyedushka" (Mark Linenthal Award Winner),

            Transfer Magazine

2020 – “I Wrote That I Wrote It”: A Review of "Maps and Transcripts of the Ordinary World"

             Vol 1. Brooklyn, 3/10/20

2019 – History, Translation, and Trauma: A Review of Colette Fellous’s ‘"This Tilting World"

            Vol 1. Brooklyn, 9/29/19

2019 – Shadow Meaning: Discussion “Sound” Translation with Poet Keith Donnell Jr.

            Center for the Art of Translation, 9/5/19

2019 – Six poems from Cairns, Mojave He[art] Review, Issues 17 and 18

2019 –  Cairns, poetry chapbook, Epicenter, Green River, Utah

2019 – “Salton,” saltfront: studies in human habit(at) 

2016 – “Land’s End,” Inverness Almanac (Vol 3.)

2013 –  Hawk Hill,self-published poetry chapbook 

2011 – “The Empty Sign,” The Meadow, Truckee Meadows Community College

2010 – “Negative Relief,” Berkeley Poetry Review (Issue 41)

2007 – “Antarctica,” Cal Literature and Arts Magazine (Vol 13.1)

PRESENTATIONS + PERFORMANCES

2018 – Artist Talk: Epicenter, Green River, Utah

2018 – Graduate Student Literature Association: San Francisco State University

            Panelist: Olio: The Book as Multimodal Technology

2017 – The New Situationists: Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, California

            Performer: From Here, ReadyMaids + friends

READINGS

2020 – RGB Arts Festival, The Center for New Music (3/5/20)

2019 – RGB Arts Festival, San Francisco State University (5/1/19)

2019 – VelRo, San Francisco State University (4/1/19)

2019 – Green River Rock & Mineral Festival (3/25/19)

2018 – VelRo, San Francisco State University (10/2/18)

FELLOWSHIPS + HONORS

2020 – Mark Linenthal Award Winner, Transfer Magazine

2019 – Ann Fields Poetry Prize, San Francisco State University

2009 – William Dickey Fellowship, San Francisco State University 

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