This issue publishes “Intending to Live” — a tale by Boris Yekimov, “Helpless” — a “book of one song” by Andrey Lebedev and Konstantin Kobrin, “These Girls at the Station” — a story by Dmitry Danilov, and “Pathta”, — a story by Vladimir Lorchenkov. The poetry section of this issue is made up of the new poems by Inna Lisnyanskaya, Natalya Azarova, Viktor Chubarov, Yuliya Idlis and Yury Kublanovsky.
The sectional offerings are as following:
The Heritage: Vyacheslav Polonsky's (who was among the first “Novy Mir” editors-in-chief) journal (1920 — 1932) (continued).
Time and Morals: “Tired of Spelling” — an article by Maksim Krongauz on the language of Internet users.
World of Science: “A Poet Vacancy”, an article of Revekka Frumkina on pathography — analyzing well-known literary texts by means of psychiatry techniques.
Literary Critique: “Everything — for the Sake of Your Memory” — an article by Viktor Yesipov highlighting a biographical secret of a poem by A. Pushkin.