Piper Wheeler is a graduate student of Slavic Literature at the University of California-Berkeley. Her poems have been most recently published in Psychiana Magazine [psychianamagazine.org/book3.pdf]. Some outdated fragments on life in Russia can be found at [dontrushme.wordpress.com/], and some sporadic tweets under the name pmcwheeler. Email her at pmcwheeler [at] gmail [dot] com, most especially if you are interested in collaborating on translation, research or writing.
Articles by Piper Wheeler:
monument to unrelatability - a better reason than « it's Important Literature. » - the father’s strange subjectivity - a banal insistence on the humanity of humans - But once I read a preface - I SEE YOU! How do I respond? - It had none of the disinterest expected of the philologist - so much more imaginative labor
maybe you shouldn’t - I was lonesome - three moments - perception was individuated and unrepeatable - a falsely sanctified corner of the trash-factory that was the world - exquisite, squeamish horror - needlepoint plaques - we mourn because we have to forgive the dead