Peter Aleshkovsky, a long-time friend to this magazine (two of his novels have been published by Russian Life Books), in December won Rusia’s most prestigious literary prize, the Russian Booker, for his latest novel, Крепость (The Fortress). Aleshkovsky had previously been short-listed for the prize three times. The Fortress tells of an archaeologist working on a book about the Golden Horde, who dreams at night of being a Mongol warrior.
Holocaust-themed performance raises eyebrows
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