Paul E. Richardson

PAUL E. RICHARDSON is a writer, photographer, and editor. When not traveling, he oversees production of Russian Life out of its office in Montpelier, Vermont. He has written numerous articles for Russian Life, three novels, and several works of nonfiction, most recently Resilience: Life Stories of Centenarians Born in the Year of Revolution, with Nadya Grebennikova and Mikhail Mordasov, and Driving Down Russia's Spine. His website is here.

Stories

You Be the Judge (May/June 2019)
Reading is Hard (March/April 2019)
Tomin: Video Artist Extraordinaire (Online)
New Year, New Coffee (Online)
Four Million Words (Online)
Reaching for the Stars (January/February 2019)
Everything is Material (November/December 2018)
Anna and an Atlas (November/December 2018)
The Loss of Laura Williams (Online)
Thanks Giving (September/October 2018)
Great Terroir (September/October 2018)
Six Books (September/October 2018)
Let's Create the New Russian Life Together (Online)
Kolyma, Empires and Chernobyl (July/August 2018)
Let's Do This (July/August 2018)
Living 100 Russian Years (May/June 2018)
Missing Galina (May/June 2018)
Is Everything Really Normal? (May/June 2018)
Tsar Vladimir II (Online)
Another Birthday (Online)
Margarita, Salvage and the House of Government (March/April 2018)
Better by Half (March/April 2018)
Resilience: The Book! (Online)
Spies, Found Life, and other Fantasies (January/February 2018)
New Year, New Story (January/February 2018)
Why We Love to Hate Russians (Online)
Doping, Bus Stops, and Journalists (Online)
Photography, Kachka & Spies (Online)
How Much Worse? (November/December 2017)
Three Books and a DVD (November/December 2017)
Scenes from the Road (November/December 2017)
A Finnish Finish (Online)
Minsk – City for Giants (Online)
A Good Butcher (Online)
What a Difference a Border Makes (Online)
Of Rivers, Mines, and a Lake (Online)
The Teacher (Online)
Marfa's Three Lives (Online)
Notes from the Road (September/October 2017)
And the Babushka Laughed (September/October 2017)
The Last Hero (Online)
Two Samara Stories (Online)
Scenes from the Road (Online)
Another Moment of Zen (Online)
The Orphan (Online)
Zenly Down the Road (Online)
Taking Care (Online)
A One Act Play in Nine Scenes (Online)
Stage 2: Siberia or Bust (Online)
Tearing Down Walls (July/August 2017)
Mystery, Gulag and Rapture (July/August 2017)
Countdown to Departure (Online)
A Dozen Reviews (May/June 2017)
What's Stalin Got to Do With It? (May/June 2017)
Pearl of the Caucasus (May/June 2017)
March {Translation} Madness (Online)
Meet Four Russian Centenarians (Online)
Issue 147 (March/April 2017)
Lenin, Rodeo and Beslan (March/April 2017)
Our Next Big Thing (Online)
Two Quotes for 2017 (January/February 2017)
Two Gentlemen, Two Novels (January/February 2017)
Peter Aleshkovsky: 2016 Russian Booker Laureate (Online)
How Much Politics (November/December 2016)
Beloved Friend (November/December 2016)
Kremlin's Men, Majors and Fools (November/December 2016)
No Calendar, No Life (Online)
Yes, We're a Sexagenarian (Online)
Now a Sexagenarian (September/October 2016)
Memoirs and Filmmaking (September/October 2016)
Mr. Smith Comes to Montpelier (July/August 2016)
One Karelian Village (July/August 2016)
When a Book is More Than a Book (July/August 2016)
Wither Russia? (July/August 2016)
The Most Beautiful Village in Russia (Online)
Not to Be Forgotten (Online)
Staying Unpredictable (May/June 2016)
Hunting the Kola Super Deep Borehole (May/June 2016)
A Librarian, An Inventor and A Painter (May/June 2016)
Bricks in the Wall (March/April 2016)
Putin, Poetry and Spies (March/April 2016)
Orthodox-Catholic Summit (Online)
On This Day (Online)
War, Peace and Cable (Online)
Two Minds (January/February 2016)
Fiction, Ukraine and Civil War (January/February 2016)
Xenophobe's Paradox (November/December 2015)
Healers, Tsars and Gangs (November/December 2015)
Tsars, War and Komiks (September/October 2015)
Roaming Russia (September/October 2015)
Join Us. Get a Book. (Online)
Stalin, Mythology and Faberge (July/August 2015)
What a Difference a Decade Makes (July/August 2015)
What a Difference a Decade Makes (Online)
Faberge Documentary is a Jewel (Online)
A Dangerous Woman and a Soviet Kid (May/June 2015)
A Photo Bug (May/June 2015)
Remember (May/June 2015)
Prison, Alexis and Siberia (March/April 2015)
A Nickel for Your Thoughts (March/April 2015)
Boris Nemtsov (Online)
An Amazing Ride! (Online)
Send in the Clones (January/February 2015)
Two Megalomaniacs (January/February 2015)
Ruble Rabble: The Kremlin's Grand Strategy (Online)
Memoirs and History (November/December 2014)
Idols and Anniversaries (November/December 2014)
Idols and Anniversaries (Online)
For Better or Worse (Online)
Poets and Steam (September/October 2014)
On the Street (September/October 2014)
For Better or Worse (September/October 2014)
Spies, Denouncers and Gods (July/August 2014)
Fire and Ice (July/August 2014)
This Just in From Ukraine... (Online)
Putin, Lenin and Idioms (May/June 2014)
Think Orwell (May/June 2014)
The Solution to Crimea Lies Through Finland (Online)
In Defense (Online)
7 Ways Not to Protest the Occupation of Crimea (Online)
Kremlin Words Versus Deeds, A Gaping Chasm? (Online)
Nobel Spirits (March/April 2014)
Spies and Memoirs (March/April 2014)
In Defense (March/April 2014)
What the Bleep is Going on in Sochi? (Online)
A Baker's Dozen of Invaluable Translation (and Language Learning) Resources (Online)
7 Russian Dishes for Olympic Viewing (Online)
7 Things We're Loving About the Sochi Olympics (Online)
The Good Fight (January/February 2014)
Empire and Paranoia (January/February 2014)
JudoPolitik (November/December 2013)
Baba Yagas, Kremlin and Cooks (November/December 2013)
The Plot Against the Big Three (November/December 2013)
Happy Translation Day (Online)
9 Ways to Brush up Your Russian (Online)
Reset, Shmeeset (Online)
Why Russians Don't Run (September/October 2013)
Reset, Shmeeset (September/October 2013)
Watch out for that bear! (Online)
Vodka, Snowden and Boycotts (Online)
Случайность (July/August 2013)
The Russian Bees Will Save Us (July/August 2013)
Russian Mysteries (July/August 2013)
Looking East (May/June 2013)
Black Russians and Dark Years (May/June 2013)
Spies Like Us (Online)
1983: The Scariest Year (Online)
Iron Curtain Anyone? (March/April 2013)
Decline and Stalin (March/April 2013)
The Scariest Year (March/April 2013)
Trains, Circassians and Method Acting (January/February 2013)
Three Histories and Some Magic Tales (January/February 2013)
Plagiarism, Perevody and Propaganda (Online)
Omens, Blacklists and Vampires, Oh My! (Online)
Russian McCarthyism? (November/December 2012)
Spies and Cats (November/December 2012)
The Museum of Abandoned Secrets (November/December 2012)
The Nature of Dissent (Online)
Romney = Russian for "Cold Warrior" (Online)
Aristocrats, Churches and Noir (Online)
War and Rumors of War (September/October 2012)
Films, Noir, Churches and Aristocrats (September/October 2012)
Flipping Publishing (July/August 2012)
Chernobyl, Chechnya and a bit of Scifi (July/August 2012)
Publishing... Flipped! (Online)
Commanding Heights (May/June 2012)
A Wealth of Literature (May/June 2012)
Romanoviana (March/April 2012)
Russian Idol (March/April 2012)
Interview with Author William Ryan (Online)
Gulags, Ments, Chekhov and Pushkin (January/February 2012)
For the Price of a Hat (January/February 2012)
Moscow Spring? (Online)
Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky and a Few Spies (Online)
Volcanoes and Empires (November/December 2011)
Tolstoy, Spies and Empire (November/December 2011)
What Would Steve Do? (Online)
Review: New Fiction for Russophiles (Online)
Review: Three World War Two Histories (Online)
War and Literature (September/October 2011)
Connections (September/October 2011)
Chtenia 15 and Summer Movies (Online)
Six Books and a Movie (July/August 2011)
Cucumbers and Fighter Jets (July/August 2011)
Dima, Volodya and Alice (Online)
Coming Russian Events (Online)
Fiction and Memoirs (May/June 2011)
On PBS this Month: The Great Famine (Online)
On PBS next week: Desert of Forbidden Art (Online)
Review: The Trinity Six (Online)
Review: The Road & More (Online)
Gorbachev at 80 (March/April 2011)
Perestroika, Molotov and Dachas (March/April 2011)
Time and Space (March/April 2011)
The Little Golden Calf Named Best Translation of 2010 (Online)
Siberia, Emigration, Gorky and Georgia (January/February 2011)
The Cunning Russian Boom (January/February 2011)
Moscow, Winter of 1908 (Online)
Spies, Androids and Napoleon (November/December 2010)
Raise a Glass to Jerome (Online)
Flying Free... (Online)
Thoroughbred Post-Horses (Online)
Etcetera (Online)
Reading for the Fall (September/October 2010)
Russistan (September/October 2010)
Fish Anyone? (Online)
A Russian Under Every Bed (Online)
Notable New Film: The Concert (Online)
Facts are Sticky Things (Online)
Russia's Children (July/August 2010)
Dreams of Possession and Tolstoy (July/August 2010)
Now THAT'S a Reset Button! (Online)
Keep Reading, Dima (Online)
Ravens, Enemies and Crumbs (May/June 2010)
Nations Without Borders (May/June 2010)
20 (March/April 2010)
Online Language Study Resources (March/April 2010)
New Fiction and Lenin's History (March/April 2010)
Putin and Medvedev as Na'Vi (Online)
A "very bouncy" translation of The Little Golden Calf (Online)
Translators Just Need to be Loved (Online)
Chekhov's Dog (January/February 2010)
Math and Memoirs (January/February 2010)
Freedom Fries (Online)
Freedom Fries (November/December 2009)
The Powers that Bully (November/December 2009)
Terror, Pushkin and the Beatles (November/December 2009)
Vermont Public Radio Interview (Online)
The Hotline (September/October 2009)
Spies, Shostakovich and Gagarin's Grandson (September/October 2009)
Mentions of the project (Online)
The Bogeyman (Online)
BAM Veteran (Online)
From Mikhail to Michael (Online)
Obama's Speech in Moscow (Online)
Alligators and Eyeballs (July/August 2009)
Summer Reading (July/August 2009)
Must See Films, Must Read Fiction (Online)
Our Centennial Issue (May/June 2009)
100 Things Everyone Should Know About Russia (May/June 2009)
Into the Screening Room (May/June 2009)
Happy Birthday Nikosha Gogol! (Online)
Verses, Vodka and Royalty (March/April 2009)
Afghanistan: A Second Chance? (Online)
US News & World Report: Learn Russian! (Online)
Gas Tussle (Online)
The Evil That Runs Through Men's Hearts (January/February 2009)
Found Email (Online)
Capitals, Oligarchs and Cats (November/December 2008)
Underground Novelist (November/December 2008)
How to Fail at Business While Remaining Truly Russian (Online)
Our Cartoonist on CNN! (Online)
Sarah Palin's Secret Past Revealed! (Online)
Secret Histories (September/October 2008)
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (September/October 2008)
080808 (Online)
Caucasian Stalemate (Online)
Solzhenitsyn (Online)
PostScript (July/August 2008)
Angels, Mafia and Pushkin (July/August 2008)
Small is Beautiful (July/August 2008)
A Metaphorical Net Game (Online)
Cold War, Terrorism and Culture (May/June 2008)
Statistics and Damn Lies (Online)
Dima's recruitment (Online)
Medvedev Emerges from His Den (Online)
Bears Just Want to Have Fun (March/April 2008)
Storks, Pravda, Bolsheviks and Stalin's Children (March/April 2008)
Remembrance of Breads Past (March/April 2008)
Hillary-ous (Online)
Dima Talks (Online)
We're Just Crazy about Dima (Online)
Twin Christmases (Online)
The Bear in Russia's Future (January/February 2008)
Rostropovich, Chechnya and Pushkin (January/February 2008)
Putin Selected as Person of the Year (Online)
Solzhenitsyn's Birthday (Online)
Putin Lite or False Dmitry? (Online)
Soviet Images, Baikal and Chekhov (November/December 2007)
Living Through the Cuban Missile Crisis (Online)
Putin, Stalin and Teheran (Online)
Avast, there be pirates! (Online)
Putinâ??s Plan (Online)
Russian Corporatism (Online)
Two Films (Online)
Colonial Russia (Sept/Oct 2007)
Russian Worldview, Rafting, and Sophia Tolstaya (Sept/Oct 2007)
Vermont Victory (Sept/Oct 2007)
Green Update (Online)
Film Flam (July/August 2007)
Philsophy and Architecture (July/August 2007)
Farewell to a Maverick (July/August 2007)
The Kremlin's Third Path (Online)
Going Green (Online)
Zero in Russia (Online)
Spies, Rebels, Ilf & Petrov and a Slynx (May/June 2007)
Looking for Connections (May/June 2007)
40 and Counting: Four Decades of Russian Life (Online)
Stalin's Wars and Stalin's Guerrillas (March/April 2007)
The Beginning [WIGOR, part 1] (Online)
What exactly is going in on Russia? [WIGOR?] (Online)
Wartime Films and Wartime Spies (January/February 2007)
The Russians are Not Coming (Online)
Notes from Underground (Online)
Tiger by the tail (Online)
Our First Half Century (September/October 2006)
Moscow and Russia (September/October 2006)
Writers at War, Putin and a River Adventure (July/August 2006)
Tales of Russian Cities & Conservatism (May/June 2006)
Homo Russophilus (March/April 2006)
More is Less (March/April 2006)
Ivan the Terrible, Disabled Orphans, Chernobyl (March/April 2006)
Difficult to be a Writer (January/February 2006)
Dobychin, Pasternak, Reindeer People and more (January/February 2006)
Two Book Reviews (November/December 2005)
What Price a Free Press? (Online)
Judgement Day (Online)
What a difference a friend makes (Online)
Anniversary (Online)
Khodortaystvo (Online)
Fradkov Looking for One Good Man (Online)
Taste of Summer (Online)
Unusual Imports (July/August 2005)
What is in a Name? (July/August 2005)
Spies, Reindeer, Empresses and Partizans (May/June 2005)
Remembering a Giant (May/June 2005)
Thanks, Internet (March/April 2005)
Off the Record (March/April 2005)
Four books and a CD (March/April 2005)
Unlikely Visitors (January/February 2005)
Responding to Beslan (November/December 2004)
The One and the Many (November/December 2004)
Nikel for Your Thoughts (September/October 2004)
Books, Virtually (September/October 2004)
Golden Issue (July/August 2004)
Pulp Fiction for the Summer (July/August 2004)
Strap on your Skates! (May/Jun 2004)
Two Stalin-Faced Books (May/Jun 2004)
Rolling into Spring (March/April 2004)
Six Imperial Era Titles (March/April 2004)
Putin Boots Kasyanov (Online)
Putinlovefest (Online)
Stalin, Siberia and more (January/February 2004)
Does Russia Matter? (Online)
Does Russia Matter? (November/December 2003)
Heirs to Gagarin (September/October 2003)
Hide & Seek (July/August 2003)
What Goes Around... (March/April 2003)
Unofficially Speaking (March/April 2003)
Russia after Nord-Ost (January/February 2003)
What's Cheap for a Russian... (January/February 2003)
Four books (January/February 2003)
A Chapter Closes (November/December 2002)
The Putin Issue (September/October 2002)
The Shape of Things Already Come (July/August 2002)
Chicken Soup for the Russian Soul? (May/June 2002)
Requiem for an Eyesore (March/April 2002)
Rubbing Elbows With the Stars? (March/April 2002)
Looking Back (January/February 2002)
Russian in the Real World (January/February 2002)
Yes, Icon (November/December 2001)
First, the Bad News ... (September/October 2001)
Vermont's Russianicity (July/August 2001)
Working Through History (May/June 2001)
Siberia's Iron Road (May/June 2001)
Journalists, Heal Thyselves (May/June 2001)
Two Books (May/June 2001)
Farewell to a Friend (March/April 2001)
Spy versus Son of Spy (March/April 2001)
Three Books About Women (March/April 2001)
Three Dirty Words (January/February 2001)
The Decline of Russian (January/February 2001)
Volodos and Berezovsky (November/December 2000)
The Russian Invasion (September/October 2000)
The Russian Invasion (September/October 2000)
Peter and the Cathedral (July/August 2000)
Examining the Icon (July/August 2000)
Making a Klin Break (July/August 2000)
Boring Old Russia (May/June 2000)
The First Decade (March/April 2000)
A Book and Online Translation Software (March/April 2000)
Happy New Year? (January/February 2000)
Three Books and a CD (January/February 2000)
Three books (Oct/Nov 1999)
Is a New Cold War Brewing? (June/July 1999)
Doing it His Way (June/July 1999)
Where Were We (Feb/Mar 1999)
The Russian Conundrum (Online)
The Volga Germans (June/July 1998)
Life Beyond Moscow (June/July 1998)
Saratov: Vanguard of the Volga (June/July 1998)
What Real Men Eat (May 1998)
The Little Water of Life (April 1998)
Let the Campaign Begin (April 1998)
The Agony and the Ecstasy (February 1998)
The First Master of Russsian Film (February 1998)
The Year of the Tiger (Dec/Jan 1998)
Where the Revolution Failed (November 1997)
Some Like it Cool (October 1997)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (October 1997)
Of Moscows and Missionaries (September 1997)
Come to Moscow, Brother ... (August 1997)
Russian Genealogy (Online)
Mother Russia's "Difficult Kids" (June 1997)
Digging up your Russian Roots (June 1997)
In Search of the Russian Idea (March 1997)
Remembering Past Glories (November 1996)
Life Begins at 40 (October 1996)
Don't Blame the Weather (September 1996)
A Time to Get Away (July 1996)
Stalin's Mysteries: Some Answers, Many Questions (May 1996)
The Glue of Russian Society (March 1996)
Of Courage and Struggle (February 1996)
Supermarketing, Russian Style (August 1995)
Moscow Believes (25: Storied Moscow)
The Lens of History (37: The Year 1917)
The Pursuit of Happiness (38: Happiness)
The Russian Who Made Napa (Great Terroir)

Translations

Pushkin Was Here (Perhaps) (May/June 2019)
Making His Mark Among the Living (May/June 2019)
Women at the Top of the World (March/April 2019)
The Visitation (January/February 2019)
Survivors (September/October 2018)
House on the Embankment (July/August 2018)
Walking the Volga (July/August 2018)
Getting Creative (May/June 2018)
Lighter Than Air (March/April 2018)
Reconstructing the Past (March/April 2018)
Siberian Waters (January/February 2018)
Moscow's Miracle Working Icons (November/December 2017)
The Translator (November/December 2017)
17 Myths of the Revolution (November/December 2017)
Defenders of the Pen (September/October 2017)
Seal Healers (July/August 2017)
How to Properly Accept Bribes (Online)
The Bad Flat (May/June 2017)
Second Sight (May/June 2017)
Aurora's Sunset (May/June 2017)
Who Invented the Ancient Slavic Gods, and Why? (Online)
Who are you in 1917 Russia? (Online)
Food of the Gods (March/April 2017)
Hunting the Northern Lights (March/April 2017)
Monument Men (January/February 2017)
The Garage (November/December 2016)
Counting Sheep (November/December 2016)
Art Takes a Village (September/October 2016)
The Master of Olkhon (May/June 2016)
Beyond the World of the Living (September/October 2015)
Euphe-Putin-isms (May/June 2015)
Chukotka Gold (May/June 2015)
Protecting Miners (March/April 2015)
Captain of Teriberka (March/April 2015)
From a Distant Shore (March/April 2015)
Birthing Pains (January/February 2015)
Stepping Back in Time (November/December 2014)
Summer on the Amur (September/October 2014)
In Search of the Wild Wolf (September/October 2014)
Ukrainian Sparks (July/August 2014)
Simferopol's Banksy (July/August 2014)
World's End (March/April 2014)
Beyond the Games (January/February 2014)
Navalny's Near Miss (November/December 2013)
Russian Alaska (March/April 2013)
Galina Vishnevskaya (January/February 2013)
Lucky Cookies (January/February 2013)
The Tiny Oasis (November/December 2012)
Where We First Touched Outer Space (November/December 2012)
The Age of Aquarium (September/October 2012)
After the Waters Receded (September/October 2012)
On the Brink (September/October 2012)
Victor Tsoy (May/June 2012)
The New Russian Philanthrophy (January/February 2012)
Lyubov Orlova (January/February 2012)
Waiting for Miracles (January/February 2012)
The Heart of the Trans-Siberian (November/December 2011)
Village of Fools (16: Wisdom and Wit)
The Roads to Wisdom (16: Wisdom and Wit)
Rights of Single Fathers (September/October 2011)
The Passing of Yelena Bonner (September/October 2011)
White Nights (15: Summer)
Summer Delight (15: Summer)
Ionich (14: Provincial Life)
Life a la Chekhov (14: Provincial Life)
Black Sea Mystery (March/April 2011)
The Flyer (13: Luck)
The Queen of Spades (13: Luck)
Man's Fate (13: Luck)
Problem Solving (November/December 2010)
Tolstoy's Flight (November/December 2010)
Chekhov (12: Chekhov Bilingual)
Chekhov's Place (12: Chekhov Bilingual)
Involuntary Parenthood (July/August 2010)
The Spy Who Was Abel (July/August 2010)
New Dacha (11: Dacha Life)
Dachniki (11: Dacha Life)
Autonomy, Solitude and Peace (11: Dacha Life)
Moscow Calling (May/June 2010)
The Meskhetians (May/June 2010)
Hope Dies Last (10: Hope Dies Last)
Yaroslavl at 1000 (March/April 2010)
The Captain Has Chosen His Course (March/April 2010)
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (January/February 2010)
Behind the Urals (09: Beyond the Urals)
Travels with a Patriarch (November/December 2009)
A Little Joke (08: Love a la Russe)
Russian Love (08: Love a la Russe)
War Diary (07: To the Caucasus)
A Little, Victorious War (07: To the Caucasus)
Prisoners Dilemma (07: To the Caucasus)
We Have No News... (July/August 2009)
Completing the Circle (May/June 2009)
Putin and the Lord (09: Gogol Mogul)
Introduction (09: Gogol Mogul)
Gogol in Life (09: Gogol Mogul)
Under My Chum (January/February 2009)
New Year's Cinema (05: Winter Holidays)
Ded Moroz and Snegurochka (05: Winter Holidays)
Yolka (05: Winter Holidays)
Introduction (04: Childhood)
The Lightest Boat in the World (03: On the Road)
Metro 2033 (03: On the Road)
Floating Churches (May/June 2008)
An Interview with Yuli Kim (02: Three Russian Springs)
Spring on the Silver Screen (02: Three Russian Springs)
I Love and I Will Love Again (02: Three Russian Springs)
The Cedar Elfin (02: Three Russian Springs)
A Portrait of Life in Pagan Rus (02: Three Russian Springs)
Russian Spring Holidays (02: Three Russian Springs)
Three Springs: Rebirth, Love & Politics (02: Three Russian Springs)
Farewell, Ravine (01: The Hearts of Dogs)
The Dear Dog (01: The Hearts of Dogs)
The Dog as an Aspect of the Russian Soul (01: The Hearts of Dogs)
Anna Karenina (extract) (17: Sport)
The Thrill of Sport (17: Sport)
The Vurdalak's Family (21: Dark and Scary)
Pitch Dark (21: Dark and Scary)
No One is Forgotten, Nothing is Forgotten (29: Leningrad Under Seige)
Notebooks (29: Leningrad Under Seige)
Nat Pinkerton and Modern Literature (29: Leningrad Under Seige)
Underground Moscow (34: Treasure Hunting)
The Buryakov Family (35: Gypsies)
Person to Person (38: Happiness)
A Traveler's Tale (38: Happiness)

Images

New Year, New Coffee (Online)
Holidays are for Cookies (November/December 2018)
Fungus Among Us (September/October 2018)
Pearl of the Caucasus (May/June 2017)

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