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War births poetry. We share five recently created and translated anti-war poems.
A translator with Russian roots ruminates on her past, and what it means to be a Russophile today.
Where we explore the very particular relationship that Russians have with their language.
A well-known science fiction author has been placed on the Kremlin's wanted list for protesting the war in Ukraine.
Belarus moves to ban George Orwell's dystopian classic 1984.
Today, January 29, is Anton Pavlovich Chekhov's 162nd birthday. Let's celebrate!
An excerpt from the new book, The Gambler Wife, a glimpse into the life and motivations of Dostoyevsky's very successful wife.
In which we learn about the strong-willed and brilliant Anna Dostoyevskaya, the wife of Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
Dostoyevsky spent ten years of his life exiled to Russia's Eastern hinterlands. Beyond the Urals, there are several places that shaped Dostoyevsky and influenced many of his greatest works of literature.
St. Petersburg book-lovers can relax going into the city-wide shutdown knowing that their favorite bookstores will not shut down fully; the city has added books to the list of essential items.
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