Olga Larionova

Olga Larionova (b. 1935) is one of the leading Russian science fiction writers of her generation. She is known for her novel Leopards from the Heights of Kilimanjaro, as well as dozens of short stories, and even a “cosmic opera,” often imbued with strong female characters. In 1987 she received the Aelita Prize for the best Russian science fiction, one of only two female authors to ever win the award.


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