This issue publishes short stories by Yevgeny Shklovsky “Maklakov’s Defeat”, the short story by Denis Gutzko “Viktor Zagoskin Is Afraid To Fly”, fragments of the biography book by Zakhar Prilepin “Leonid Leonov. The Game Was Grand” (the final part) and “The Notes” by Mikhail Butov. The poetry section consists of new poems by Stanislav Minakov, Elena Grodskaya, Yury Ryashentsev and Vadim Mesyats.
The sections offerings are following:
New translations: “William Who Shakes A Spear” — the verses attributed to Shakespeare in the translation by Viktor Kullae.
Heritage: Letters from Maksimilian Voloshin to M. Sabashnikova “I Have Nothing To Fear About The Spiritual Entity Of Russia”, two unknown letters of V. Rozanov to historian V. Gerye and also letters of the founder of literature association “Centrifuge” S. P. Bobrov to philologist A. Kvyatkovsky, the author of “Poetical Dictionary”.
Close and Distant: The article by Natalya Rumyantzeva “Possibly It Was Like This” — the version of Vladimir Mayakovsky death.
Comments: The article by Alla Latynina “An Every Hour Will Be Justified” about Anna Akhmatova biography written by Alla Marchenko.