By C. W. Gortner 5 min read
Historical fiction writer C. W. Gortner tells the story of Maria Feodorovna, a Romanov Empress whose story often goes untold and uncelebrated.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
Andrei of Keith Gessen's A Terrible Country deals with things we all deal with: Self-actualization, identity crises, and the like — but he's in 2008 Russia.
By Lorraine Berry 18 min read
These 19 translated works will quench your curiosity about subjects ranging from Cuban Science Fiction to nineteenth-century Malagasy adventure stories.
By Keith Rice 7 min read
Rather than exploring the known classics of Russian literature, we're exploring contemporary fiction and nonfiction to understand Russia's current state.
By Tobias Carroll 7 min read
A look at nine books by authors with ties to Russia that explore its complex sociopolitical landscape and showcase the effect of history on everyday life.