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Literary roundup: reading material for the rest of your life

Read Russia I just discovered the Read Russia 2012 site which has everything from video interviews with Olga Slavnikova, Boris Akunin and other well-known writers to a timeline with information on a range of Russian writers – from Andrei Gelasimov, whose Thirst I highly recommend, to some writers who look young enough to be my […]

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Estonian Literary Magazine

Link: Estonian Literary Magazine With articles on two different ways for writers to approach Estonian history comparing author of Purge, Sofi Oksanen and the less well-known poet and novelist Ene Mihkelson, as well as one on Russians in Estonian literature (ethnic Russians make up 25% of the population) there looks to be a lot on […]

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