"Vladimir Druk was a founding member of the famous Club Poetry in Moscow during the waning days of the Soviet Union, along with Nina Iskrenko, Dmitri Prigov, Alexei Parshchikov, among others. Druk is highly regarded for his experimental verse, echoing the work of Khlebnikov and the early Futurists of Russia, a vital poetry, which digs into the roots of language in an effort to untangle meaning beyond language. His collections include, The Switchboard, Disposable Birds, The Drawn Apple and The Second Apple. His poetry has been anthologized and published in Crossing Centuries: The New Russian Poetry, and Third Wave, among other anthologies, and literary journals. A former underground poet in the Soviet Union, he now lives in New Jersey." (By John High)
Druk is the author of six books. His work appeared in literary journals and leading anthologies, and has been translated into over 15 languages. He now lives in USA dividing his time between poetry and projects at Textonica, a digital incubator company he created.