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Nina Chordas

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Nina Chordas is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Alaska Southeast, and also works as a freelance translator. She translated Poems by Georgi Ivanov, and a series of lectures on “Soviet Civilization” by visiting Russian writer Andrey Sinyavsky, among others. In collaboration with Simon Patterson and Julia Kent she has translated and edited four books published by Glagoslav Publications.

The Great Stone Bridge

Chtenia: Winter 2014
An excerpt from a new novel about an infamous murder case in Moscow that revealed a horrific layer of elite corruption and bigotry. The excerpt introduces the scene of the crime, looking at the history and mystery of this great bridge.
Author: Alexander Terekhov
Translator: Simon Patterson and Nina Chordas