This issue publishes “Adam’s bridge” — a novel by Sergey Solovyov, “Jan Walkers Funeral Feast” — a story by Oleg Zobern, “The Fair Catch” — a story by Irina Bogatyryova, as well as stories by Ukranian writer Sergey Zhadan translated by Andrey Pustogarov and “The Climb” — a story by Vera Afanasyeva. The poetry section of this issue is made up of the new poems by Svetlana Kekova, Vladimir Beryazev, Veronika Kapustina, Vasily Rusakov, Yury Kazarin.
The sectional offerings are as follows:
The Heritage: Vyacheslav Polonsky’s (who was among the first “Novy Mir” editors-in-chief) journal (1920-1932) (continued).
Close And Distant: “The Writer I. Grekova — professor Yelena S. Ventzel” — an article by Galina Zverkina and Georgy Epstein highlighting the life of the mathematician and the well-known writer whose works were published by “Novy Mir”.
Comment: “The Atmosphere in └Litgazeta”” — an article by Alla Latynina recollecting her work in “Literaturnaya Gazeta” and polemizing with other memoirists.
Literary Critique: “The New Drama: Freedom practice” — an article by Vladimir Zabaluyev and Aleksey Zenzinov discussing “Verbatim” — a new trend in dramaturgy and theatre.