Arkadii Dragomoshchenko in conversation about his poetry with University of Pennsylvania students. Dragomoshchenko’s Xenia was published in 1994, in Russian and in English, by Sun & Moon Press. Other books of poetry followed, Pod Podozreniem (Under Suspicion), and his selected poetry, Opisanie in 2000. Dragomoshchenko has also published several books of fiction and prose, including Phosphor, Chinese Sun (Ugly Duckling Press), and Bezrazlichia (Indifferences), a book of collected prose. Dalkey Archive Press published a selection of Dragomoshchenko's prose as Dust in 2009. He lives in St. Petersburg, where he teaches, writes for the newspaper, and muses about the state of things real and unreal.