OLGA KUCHKINA. In the Tower of Frontal Coronal Bone. A novel.
The artist was very famous not only by his pictures but also by his self-willed temper and unwillingness to show up in public or give interviews to anybody. Nevertheless an elderly experienced woman-journalist managed to draw him out. When the article was published the artist had already been dead. And little by little it became apparent that in fact he was not at all the person he pretended to be…
GENNADIJ KHAZANOV. Five novellas.
Five new short stories of one of the most exquisite masters of modern prose will surely charm any experienced reader by their stylistic finesse and the author’s skillfulness in inventing the plot.
Two new short stories by DENIS GUTZKO, the winner of the Booker-2005 prize, our regular and welcome author who has never disappointed our expectations.
ALEXANDER TARASOV is dotting his “i’s” as far as the problem of capital punishment is concerned in his article “The Right to Kill”.
LEONID VOLKOV. Chapters from the book of memoir “Russian Spring. A Trial of Confession from a Former People’s Deputy”.