September 01, 2003

Where East Becomes West

* Last winter, Russian Life sent St. Petersburg writer Ilya Stogoff on a two week trip to the Russian Far East. He produced four dispatches from his travels that will run in this and coming issues of the magazine. Stogoff is one of Russia’s most famous travel journalists. His work, known for its no-nonsense, stacatto style of writing, is published in many of the country’s leading glossy magazines and has led to several successful books. But this is the first time his travel writing has appeared in English (translated by Paul Richardson). Stogoff’s anti-romantic views of travel in Russia today are as entertaining as they are eye-opening. 



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