Vasily Latenko

Vasily Latenko was born in Estonia and studied journalism in St. Petersburg, where he now lives and works, writing for several local and national publications. He also has been a lifelong sports enthusiast, starting to play soccer at 7 and training at sport shooting since he was 14. Vasily has worked as a sports correspondent for Novosti Peterburga. In 2003, he wrote a series of articles for that paper about St. Petersburgers climbing Mount Everest. Vasily said he solved the problem of providing illustrations for his articles when he married photographer Ekaterina Kuzmina.

Stories

Two Cities: A Tale (November/December 2004)
Looking for Athenian Gold (July/August 2004)
The Invisible Statue (March/April 2004)
(Very) Old Ladoga (November/December 2003)

About Us

Russian Life is a 29-year-young, award-winning publishing house that creates a bimonthly magazine, books, maps, and other products for Russophiles the world over.

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