This issue publishes: “The Mosquito Lives as Long as it is Singing”, a tale by Valery Popov, “ “A Town behind Barbed Wire”, a story by Svetlana Vasilenko, as well as “A Space to Live in” “apartment stories” by Yulia Viner. The poetry section of this issue is made up of the new poems by Inna Lisnyanskaya, Anatoly Nayman, Aleksey Parin and Yury Kublanovsky.
The sectional offerings are as follows:
Heritage: “Dear Barberry…” — letters by I. A. Bunin and A. I. Kuprin contained in the diaries of B. Lazarevsky, a Russian emigrant-writer.
World of Science: “Dostoyevsky’s Geometry”, Vladimir Gubaylovsky discusses the aspects revealing Dostoyevsky’s mathematical and logical vision.
Literary Critique: Igor Klekh’s “The Bitov Unread” — an original study of the work of the well known contemporary prose-writer.