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Lydia Grigorieva (Born 1945) is a Ukrainian poet who now lives in London. Her work has been widely translated and she has worked with the BBC World Service, Russian radio and television and the British Library.
In 2011 she took part in a seminar at the London Book Fair titled At the Crossroads of Culture: Russian Writers Living in London.
Grigorieva read her work for the British Library's Dual Cultures, Between Two Worlds: Poetry and Translation project which explores the work of poets living in the UK whose first language is not English.
Films written by Grigorieva include:
- Tsvetaeva in London
- Gumilev in London
- Skriabin in London
- Watts, Stephen., ed. Mother Tongues: Non English-Language Poetry in England. London: King's College London, 2001, p.295. ISBN 0-9533824-7-8
- Photo-Poetry by Lydia Grigorieva GB-Russia Society News Archive, 4 April 2007. Retrieved 10 June 2011.
- Dual Cultures, Between Two Worlds: Poetry and Translation British Library Press Release 12 April 2011. Retrieved 10 June 2011.