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Liv Bliss

17 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

LIV BLISS lives in the White Mountains of Arizona with her husband, Jim, and an assortment of far wilder creatures. She translates the Taylor & Francis quarterlies Russian Studies in Literature and Russian Studies in History. Her most recent long-fiction translation, Dmitry Chen’s The Pet Hawk of the House of Abbas, was published by Russian Information Services in 2013.


Two Fishing Tales

Russian Life: Sep/Oct 2018
Fishing can tell you a lot about life in the countryside, about sickness and health, chance and Fate, to say nothing of electricity and sausage
Author: Darya Grebenshchikova
Translator: Liv Bliss
Illustrations/Images: Asya Lisina

Avdotya and the District Medic

Russian Life: May/June 2018
When the district medic comes around, the stage is set for a skirmish between modern and traditional medicine.
Author: Darya Grebenshchikova
Translator: Liv Bliss
Illustrations/Images: Asya Lisina

Cats in the Fridge

Russian Life: Jan/Feb 2018
“We do buy newspapers, and why wouldn’t we? It’s all spelled out in the paper – what the weather’s going to be like, how many rubles there are to the dollar, when the district center’s going to have chickens for sale. No, how can you do without the printed word?”
Author: Darya Grebenshchikova
Translator: Liv Bliss
Illustrations/Images: Asya Lisina

Bath Day in Sheshurino

Russian Life: Sep/Oct 2017
“On Saturdays, smoke drifts over the village. The banyas are being heated.” Let’s go!
Author: Darya Grebenshchikova
Translator: Liv Bliss
Illustrations/Images: Asya Lisina

Raspberry Beetles

Russian Life: July/August 2017
It is surprisingly simple (in certain circumstances) to mix up homebrew with other, less harmful things.
Author: Darya Grebenshchikova
Translator: Liv Bliss
Illustrations/Images: Asya Lisina

Nikolayev and Lyuska

Russian Life: Mar/Apr 2017
“Nikolayev hated the cat, wet socks, and his mother-in-law.”
Author: Darya Grebenshchikova
Translator: Liv Bliss
Illustrations/Images: Asya Lisina

A Forest Terem

Russian Life: May/June 2015
Deep in a northern forest, a restless adventurer discovered a crumbling relic of a bygone era. Since then, he has been fighting against the odds to restore it.
Author: Alexander Mozhayev
Translator: Liv Bliss

The Parrot

Chtenia: Winter 2015
Excerpts from Chukovskaya's powerful memoir, Strikethrough.
Author: Lydia Chukovskaya
Translator: Liv Bliss

Bracelet II

Chtenia: Summer 2012

Author: Lev Brandt
Translator: Liv Bliss
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The Pet Hawk of the House of Abbas

Chtenia: Spring 2012

Author: Dmitry Chen
Translator: Liv Bliss
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