Alexander Gornon (1946, St.Petersburg, Russia) Ц poet-polyphonosemantist, graphic artist, editor, publisher. Started his creative literary and artistic activities in 1967. Until 1985 he had been known to the connoisseurs of poetry only by his oral performances, he published almost nothing. Since 1981 he has been developing polyphonosemantic trend in the Russian poetry. The desire to synthesize in the word temporal and spatial structures makes Gornon tackle various experimental technologies. His verses is both a graphic interpretation of sounding (mostly colour), and the very process of sounding (voice music), i.e. music, that is the result of multiple voice superimposition of various word fragments. Moreover, performing before the audience the author usually makes additional correction of the semantic lines right through the microphone onto the performed phonogram of voice music. He is the author of a number of publications in Russian and foreign magazines and poetic miscellanies, including such as: Krug (Leningrad, 1985), Rodnik (Riga, 1990), The Literary Review (Madison, 1991), Labyrinth-Excenter (St.Petersburg Ц Ekaterinburg, 1991-92), Credo (Tambow, 1992), Poèsie Ц Poezia (Marseilles Ц St.Petersburg, 1993), Chernovik (New York Ц St.Petersburg, 1993), Five poets of the Chernovik (St.Petersburg, 1993), Mera (St.Petersburg, 1994), Volga (Saratov, 1995), New Literary Review (Moscow, 1995-96), and also in the anthological editions: Zeugma. Russian poetry from mannerism to post-modernism (Moscow, 1994), Point of view. Visual poetry: 90s (Kaliningrad Ц Olsztyn, 1998), Genius Loci (Moscow, 1999) and others. Gornon participated in the following art exhibitions: Theatre of papers (artistТs and poetТs experimental books, the A. Akhmatova Museum in the Fountain House, St.Petersburg, 1992), Avant-garde and tradition. Books of Russian artists of the XXth century (Russian State Library, Moscow, 1994) and others. He is a laureate of A. BelyТs literary reward (Russia, 1993). He conducted a great number of readings both in Russia and abroad, including the ones in Lubeck (1990), Hamburg (1990), Berlin (1993), St.Petersburg (jointly with F. Mon, 1994), Kotka (1999) and others. Since 1990 till 1994 he was the editor for the literary magazine УLabyrinth-Excenter. Contemporary creative activity and cultureФ (St.Petersburg Ц Ekaterinburg), deputy editor for the literary miscellany УChernovikФ (New York Ц St.Petersburg, 1993-94), and also editor and publisher of a series of books on the Russian poetic avant-garde of the beginning of the century, including such as: Forgotten avant-garde: Russia. First third of the XX century (complied by A. Ocheretyansky, G. Janecek, V. Kreid; New York Ц St.Petersburg, 1993), Anthology of the avant-garde epoch. First third of the XXth century. Poetry (complied by A. Ocheretyansky, G. Janecek; New York Ц St.Petersburg, 1995), Russian avant-garde: 1907-1932. Historical review in 3 volumes (A. Krusanov, St.Petersburg, 1996). Since 1995 within the poetic series УMud zubrostyФ he has published books by V. Reiner, B. Gelfman, K. K. Kouzminsky, A. Smir and others. Alexander Gornon lives and works in St.Petersburg (Russia).