Russia and the Nineties – Julij Dubov in conversation

Три романа о грохочущих девяностых, русском бизнесе, революции и реакции, свободе и диктатуре, о победителях и побежденных. Three novels about the roaring Nineties, Russian business, revolution and reaction, freedom and autocracy, the winners and the losers.

Dear Friends! ARCC is 2 years old now. WOW! There are years being for us really intensive!

These words were meant to remember with gratitude all of those who helped us! Alexander Rappaport Alena van der Horst Oleg Dozmorov Natasha Rubinstein Ludmila Razumova Mitya Bossky Mihail Soloveichik Svetlana Sapognikova Adam Feistein Maria Gulik Arshak Kuzikian, Alexey Demchenko Fiona Sampson Mihail Umanetz Kristin Milward Richard Evans David Neita Polina Proutckova Anna Zadenec Oleg … Continue reading “Dear Friends! ARCC is 2 years old now. WOW! There are years being for us really intensive!”

Summer Break! Here’s to new beginnings.

The first half of year 2016 was very successful. We invited wonderful poets from Russia and England, like Dmitry Vodennikov, Dmitrij Kuzmin, Dmitrij Vedenyapin, Maria Stepanova, Lev Rubinstein, Fiona Sampson, and Mario Petrucci for readings and conversation;

Russia and the Nineties

  Dubov has been in the front row of challenging events for Russia. From the political to the personal, his business venture and subsequent conflict with law are a telling story. He has published books and essays, with Big Cut a controversial bestseller, and contributed to anthologies. The story around his good friend and business … Continue reading “Russia and the Nineties”