This issue publishes a war diary by Daniil Fibikh, short stories by Anatoly Gavrilov “And Then I Heard the Voice”, the short novel by Mikhail Ugarov “Sea, Pines” and the short story by Oleg Zobern “A Lad’s Grimoire”. The poetry section of this issue is composed of new poems by Maria Galina, Vladimir Aleksandrov, Evgeniya Ritz, Efim Yaroshevsky and also verses by Belorussian poet Adam Globus translated by Svetlana Bunina.
Section offerings are following:
Close and Distant: “On Our Own Shoulders” by Irina Chervakova: peasants of Kaluga region tell about German occupation during the Great Patriotic War
Essais: the article by Pavel Spivakovsky “The Postmodern Myth about Pushkin: Sinyavsky’s Version”.
Literature Critique: the article by Andrey Ranchin “From a Butterfly to a Fly: Metamorphoses of Josef Brodsky Poetical Entomology” — in commemoration of 70-th anniversary of the Poet.