Olga Kuzmina

Olga Kuzmina is the managing editor of Chtenia. A Moscow native, she graduated from the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill with degrees in Political Science and Slavic Language and Culture. She now lives in Washington, DC, where she works as a researcher on U.S.-Russia relations. She was shortlisted for the Rossica Young Translators Award in 2012.

Stories

The Man with the Monocle (May/June 2016)
Women Writing (23: Women Writing)
Moscow Believes (25: Storied Moscow)
Russian Hamlets (28: Superfluous Men)
Bulgakov at 125 (36: Bulgakov)
The Lens of History (37: The Year 1917)
Ivan Sergeyevich (39: Turgenev Bilingual)
Final Words (40: Fall)

Translations

Clear Ponds (25: Storied Moscow)
Lights (28: Superfluous Men)
Rudin (28: Superfluous Men)
The Diary of a Superfluous Man (28: Superfluous Men)
If You Can, Turn Around (29: Leningrad Under Seige)
My Petersburgers (29: Leningrad Under Seige)
Trash (34: Treasure Hunting)
The Enchanted Wanderer (35: Gypsies)
To An Unknown Friend (38: Happiness)
On the Happiest Time of Life (38: Happiness)

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