This issue publishes “Marburg”, a novel by Sergey Yesin, “Galloping to Obscurity”, a story by Marina Paley, as well as two stories by Vladimir Pshenichnikov. The poetry section of this issue is made up of the new poems by Vera Pavlova, Grigory Kruzhkov, Aleksey Alekhin and Aleksander Kabanov.
The sectional offerings are as follows:
Essais: “Loving” from the collection “Fantasies” by Olga Novikova.
Time and Morals: an article by Anna Arutyunyan “Insatiable Information Hunger” on the common problems of Russian and American mass media.
Comments: “Psychotron Gun” — Alla Latynina dwelling on the book by M. Kononenko (Mr. Parker) “Vladimir Vladimirovich≥”.
Literary Critique: “Cleopatra’s Condition: Pushkin and Mitskiewicz” — the ending оf the article by Valentin Nepomnyashchy highlighting the history of Pushkin’s tale “The Egyptian Nights”.