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Katya Korobkina

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Katya Korobkina KATYA KOROBKINA was born in Maykop, in the republic of Adygeya. She studied art in Saratov and now lives in Moscow, where she works as an illustrator and theatrical artist, as a theatrical property master. She is an irrepresible tourist, both on land and water (by kayak), and takes a sketching pad with her everywhere. Her blog is online at behance.net/korrroko.


Dubious Intent

Russian Life: May/June 2014
An excerpt from the final installment in a popular Russian sci-fi saga, to coincide with the novel’s release.
Author: Sergei Lukyanenko
Translator: Andrew Bromfield
Illustrations/Images: Katya Korobkina

Problem Solving

Russian Life: Nov/Dec 2010
An extract from the book by a former IKEA manager, about the trials and tribulations of doing business in Russia.
Author: Lennart Dahlgren
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Katya Korobkina
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The Dialog Coach

Russian Life: May/June 2010
How one expat got Americans, Brits, Russians, Germans and an admixture of other Europeans to all speak the same language in very different ways.
Author: Stephen Dewar
Illustrations/Images: Katya Korobkina
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100 Things Everyone Should Know About Russia

Russian Life: May/June 2009
In honor of this, our 100th issue since July 1995, we went in search of 100 Things Everyone Should Know About Russia. We returned with over 300 and packed them into this colorful, browsable feature. Time to test yourself! The 16-page feature includes contributions from Stanislav Shvabrin, John Freedman, Maria Antonova, Darra Goldstein, Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby, Tamara Eidelman, Marcus Levitt and Laura Williams, with wonderful original illustrations by Katya Korobkina.
Author: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Katya Korobkina
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