Ksenia Buksha

Ksenia Buksha was born in 1983 in Leningrad. After graduating from St. Petersburg State University with a degree in economics, she worked in finance, marketing and advertising. She began writing poetry and prose at 14. Her first novels, Ernst and Anna (2001) and Probability (2002) were released by the renowned publishing house, Gelikon+. She has since published ten books. Her 2009 short story, There is No Night, was included in a 2012 anthology of the best women’s writing of the 2000s compiled by Zakhar Prilepin. She lives in St. Petersburg with her husband and children.


There is No Night (23: Women Writing)

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