The world’s biggest country, in a magazine. Since 1956.
6 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.
Ilya Stogoffwas born in Leningrad and has lived there all his life, with the exception of a year and half when he lived on the island of Sakhalin. He has worked as a bike salesman, television braodcaster, black market money-changer, school teacher, janitor in a movie theater, senior editor of an erotic journal, security guard, translator, musical observer, bartender and casino press secretary. He has been named "Journalist of the Year in St. Petersburg." In 2001 OM Magazine named him writer of the year. He is the author of over a dozen books, including Macho ne plachut (Machos Don't Cry), which won an award as the best novel of the year in 2001. He is married and has two children.
Russian Life:Mar/Apr 2004 In this, the final installment in Ilya Stogoff’s journey across the Russian Far East, the intrepid (if politically incorrect) journalist tries to get home on the Transsiberian Railroad. Author: Ilya Stogoff
Russian Life:Jan/Feb 2004 In the third installment of Ilya Stogoff's travels in the Russian Far East, the author explores Russia's Eastern Crime Capital (Khabarovsk), and has a first-hand encounter with "the criminal element." Author: Ilya Stogoff Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:Sep/Oct 2003 Last year, we sent St. Petersburg writer Ilya Stogoff to the opposite end of Russia in the dead of winter. It did not improve his mood. But he did have some interesting experiences. This, his first of four installments on his travels throughout Russia's Far East, is a fun read. Author: Ilya Stogoff Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:May/June 2003 There will always be a rivalry between Russia's "two capitals"--Moscow and St. Petersburg. Since it is St. Petersburg's birthday, we give the floor to a noted journalist from the "Venice of the North," that he might share his thoughts on what sets the two cities apart. Author: Ilya Stogoff