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Natasha Beskhlebnaya graduated from the Gorky Literature Institute in Moscow. She is a poet, and for a long time worked on travel documentaries in Russia and beyond, going on to become a TV editor. As a journalist she focuses on culture and society, and has contributed several feature articles to Russian Life over the past decade, on topics ranging from graveyards to missing ships, from lighthouses to churches.
Russian Life:March/April 2018 Over the 70-year lifespan of the “most equal and democratic nation” known as the Soviet Union, just a handful of women rose to the rank of ambassador. A few more have attained this level since 1991, yet diplomacy in Russia remains largely a male preserve. Author: Natalya Beskhlebnaya Translator:Nora Seligman Favorov
Russian Life:Nov/Dec 2017 Every revolution needs its myths. The faithful must be inspired; successive generations must be enthused. We explore some myths about the “Great October Revolution” that persist even now, 100 years later. Author: Natalya Beskhlebnaya Translator:Paul E. Richardson