Evgeniy Vodolazkin

Vodolazkin was catapulted to prominence by his debut novel Solovyov and Larionov, which was not only very popular with readers, but was also rewarded with a place on the shortlist for both the Andrei Bely Prize (2009) and the Big Book Award (2010).

Evgeniy Vodolazkin

Previously unknown to readers of fiction, Vodolazkin was catapulted to prominence by his debut novel Solovyov and Larionov, which was not only very popular with readers, but was also rewarded with a place on the shortlist for both the Andrei Bely Prize (2009) and the Big Book Award (2010).

Rossica 22

A New Chapter. Part 2
Russian Writing from the 21st Century

The second issue in ‘A New Chapter’, a special double release marking the Russian Market Focus at the London Book Fair, bringing the best in contemporary Russian literature to an English-speaking audience. ROSSICA 22 showcases the diversity and quality of Russian fiction: from the intellectual games of Evgeny Vodolazkin to the nineteenth- century realia of Pavel Basinsky’s Escape from Paradise, his best-selling life of Tolstoy, to Anna Starobinets’ vivid vision of the future, The Living One.

Rossica 22

A New Chapter. Part 2
Russian Writing from the 21st Century

The second issue in ‘A New Chapter’, a special double release marking the Russian Market Focus at the London Book Fair, bringing the best in contemporary Russian literature to an English-speaking audience. ROSSICA 22 showcases the diversity and quality of Russian fiction: from the intellectual games of Evgeny Vodolazkin to the nineteenth- century realia of Pavel Basinsky’s Escape from Paradise, his best-selling life of Tolstoy, to Anna Starobinets’ vivid vision of the future, The Living One.

Winner of 2011 Russian Young Translators Award Announced

Maya Vinokour of the University of Pennsylvania has won the Rossica Young Translators Prize 2011. The result was announced at a special event at the London Book Fair in the Pen Literary Cafes by Rossica Young Translator judge and esteemed translator Andrew Bromfield.

Evgeniy Vodolazkin

Previously unknown to readers of fiction, Vodolazkin was catapulted to prominence by his debut novel Solovyov and Larionov, which was not only very popular with readers, but was also rewarded with a place on the shortlist for both the Andrei Bely Prize (2009) and the Big Book Award (2010).

Vodolazkin

Previously unknown to readers of fiction, Vodolazkin was catapulted to prominence by his debut novel Solovyov and Larionov, which was not only very popular with readers, but was also rewarded with a place on the shortlist for both the Andrei Bely Prize (2009) and the Big Book Award (2010).
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