This issue publishes tales: “Chasing, Keeping, Bearing, Seeing” by Igor Savelyev, “The End of the Season” by Roman Senchin, “The Moon is Cold by Touch” by Nadezhda Gorlova and “The Polish Paris” by Ksenya Shcherbino. The poetry section of this issue is made up of the new poems by Aleksandr Kushner, Ksenya Dyakonova, Aleksandr Stesin, Polina Kopylova and Boris Khersonsky.
The sectional offerings are as follows:
Philosophy, History, Politics: “The Contemporary Conservatism Crisis” — an article by Valery Senderov discussing the concept of “conservative revolutions” in the ХХth century Germany and in the present Russia.
Close and Distant: “Joseph Brodsky Trial” — an article by Olga Edelman analysing the previously unknown CPSU official documents on Brodsky Case.
Literary Critique: “Scythia in Silver”: Valerya Pustovaya on the “Russian project” in the contemporary prose.