This issue publishes: the autobiographical novel by Natalya Himchenko “Five Childhoods and Three Youths”, the short stories by Natalya Klyucharyova “The Wooden Sun”, the short story by Nadezhda German “Chekhov — the Sex Symbol for the Flying Dutchwomen”, and also the short stories by Yuliya Viner from the cycle “The Place for Life”. The poetry section of this issue is made up of the new poems by Yury Kublanovsky, Irina Yermakova, Vladimir Aristov, Anna Arkatova and Igor Melamed.
The sections offerings are following:
Close and Distant: the essay by Aleksander Zorin “The Speck of Fate” about poet Dmitry Kedrin.
Time and Morals: the article by Sergey Berezhnoy “I, Avatar” on visual and esthetic evolution of computer games.
Essais: “Abuse: Field of Battle” — Boris Khersonsky about obscene words and their usage in modern Russian literature.
Literary Critique: “And You will be a New Man” — Irina Surat regards Pushkin’s lyric poetry as an evidence of his spiritual evolution.