KSU Library Letter

Central Scientific Library


KHARKOV-77, 310077


Dear Colleague,

We would like to inform you that the bilingual English/Russian poetry book

"PHEOPHANIA'S NIGHT" by Steven Duplij,

a poet and mathematical physicist from the Ukraine,

a member of U.S. and European literary and scientific societies,

is published in MORGAN PRESS. This is a book of genuine poetry written by the author both in Russian and English. It reveals bilingual creative process, individual feelings and original world outlook of our contemporary.

We would like to draw your attention to these refined poems which are widely published in U.S. and U.K. periodical press in English and translated into French, German, Portuguese and Spanish. The author gave many poetry readings throughout USA including the LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Now his poetry is a subject of teaching at several U.S. Universities, and, we hope, in book form they will find their readers and suitable presentation to your general public.

You are welcome to order the book "PHEOPHANIA'S NIGHT" on the address:

MORGAN PRESS, 2979 S. 13th Street, MILWAUKEE, WI 53215, USA.

We are also glad to establish recent publication of chapbooks by Steven Duplij.

In English:

"ALIEN", JVC Books, 4599C NW Hy. 70 W., ARCADIA, FL 33821, USA;

"DREAM", IWA, Bluffton College, 280 W. Coll. Av., BLUFFTON, OH 45817 USA.

In Russian:

"PAGE OF THE WEST", ABDUCTION OF EUROPE Edition (c/o D. Gordevsky), 23 August Street 75, apt. 80, KHARKOV 310018, Ukraine;

"IN CRY...", POLICOM Edition (c/o A. Kostinsky), prosp. L. Svobody, 58, apt. 56, KHARKOV 310174, Ukraine.

It would be a great honor for us if you personally and your organization had such a kind of poetry books by our author. We are sure this new, deep and nontrivial poetry and short prose will interest your colleagues, partners and clients. We consider it a great contribution to mutual exchange of scientific and cultural information between our countries, which is so important at this time of changes.

We dare hope our proposal will interest you and your colleagues. Thank you very much for your kind attention.

Yours respectfully,

Exchange librarian.

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