Event-sphere as a communicative platform for the modern poet

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The authors of the article proceed from the conviction that it is necessary to present the creative achievements of the modern poet in various communication platforms. The article describes the different types of such sites, motivates the need for their convergent use in the system of strategic communications. The effectiveness of the most popular communication platforms is based on the assessments of millenial poets facing with the most difficult task of identifying their own author’s identity in the context of altermodern discourse. The following types of communication platforms are overviewed: TV shows, a literary magazine, a festival, a festival with a competitive component, a school of writing, poetic blogosphere, and a personal brand. The communicative opportunities offered by these platforms allow to integrate traditions and innovations, modern and postmodern, universal and particular, mass and elitist beginnings in culture, overcoming the negative trends of each discourse separately: isolationism and commercialization, dogmatism and simulation, closeness for the interlocutor and the devaluation of the values of high poetic culture. In the issue we hypothesize that the millennial poet chooses the art of combining as the most effective communication strategy, allowing the author to show his identity.

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Stefania A. Danilova

Saint Petersburg State University

Author for correspondence.
Email: ichwerdewarten@gmail.com

Master of Philology, PhD student of Higher School of Journalism, Saint Petersburg State University

7-9 University Embankment, Saint Petersburg, 199034, Russian Federation

Evgeniya V. Bilchenko

National Pedagogical Dragomanov University

Email: yevzhik80@gmail.com

Professor of Culturology, National Pedagogic Dragomanov University

9 Pyrogova St., Kyiv, 01601, Ukraine


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