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Paul E. Richardson

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Paul E. Richardson PAUL E. RICHARDSON is Publisher and Editor of Russian Life, and oversees all editorial, design, production and management out of the magazine's office in Montpelier, Vermont. Involved in US-Russian business for over 25 years, Richardson headed up one of the first Soviet-Western joint ventures in Moscow in 1989 and 1990. He has a Master's Degree in Political Science and a Russian Area Studies Certificate from Indiana University, Bloomington. He has written numerous articles for Russian Life, three novels, and several works of nonfiction. His website is here.


House on the Embankment

Russian Life: July/August 2018
If these walls could talk. The history and horror of one of the most epic construction projects of the Soviet era.
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Mikhail Mordasov

Let's Do This

Russian Life: July/August 2018
It's time for Russian Life to move aggressively into the digital online space. But that costs and it will take the support of readers to make this possible. Visit newrussianlife.com for more info.
Author: Paul E. Richardson

Walking the Volga

Russian Life: July/August 2018
An office worker gives up his job to walk all 3,645 kilometers of Europe’s longest river. This is his story.
Authors: Dmitri Nizhegorodsky and Nataliya Kienya
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Dmitri Nizhegorodsky

Getting Creative

Russian Life: May/June 2018
“You want to go out into Khatanga Gulf?” So begins an adventure aboard a tenacious tugboat in Russia’s northern seas.
Author: Ivan Kobilyakov
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Ivan Kobilyakov

Is Everything Really Normal?

Russian Life: May/June 2018
Reviews of three books and a movie for Russophiles.
Authors: Paul E. Richardson and Robert Blaisdell

Living 100 Russian Years

Russian Life: May/June 2018
You can be sure that someone born in 1917 in Russia will have stories to tell. Galina Grebneva has more than her fair share.
Authors: Paul E. Richardson and Nadezhda Grebennikova
Illustrations/Images: Mikhail Mordasov

Lighter Than Air

Russian Life: March/April 2018
A few enterprising Russians are seeking to put their country at the forefront of the world’s dirigible industry. Their rising hopes are built on the country’s long history of aerostat development.
Author: Igor Zalyubovin
Translator: Paul E. Richardson

Reconstructing the Past

Russian Life: March/April 2018
Of late, more and more Russians are getting involved in historic reenactments, attempting to recreate battles on the land in Russia where they originally occurred.
Author: Yulia Skopich
Translator: Paul E. Richardson

Museum of the Sea, Kon-Kolodez

Russian Life: January/February 2018
Hundreds of kilometers from the sea, in the backwaters of Lipetsk Oblast, is the small village of Kon-Kolodez (population 1,910), home to the Museum of the Sea.
Author: Yulia Skopich
Translator: Paul E. Richardson

New Year, New Story

Russian Life: January/February 2018
With the turning of the calendar, it is time to look forward, and to think about what this magazine must become.
Author: Paul E. Richardson