Glagoslav Publications Authors

Zakhar Prilepin

Zakhar Prilepin 

Prilepin's combination of lucid prose and social consciousness has made him one of the most popular and acclaimed writers in Russia today and drawn comparisons with the Russian classics. 

Dmitry Rogozin

Dmitry Rogozin

Dmitry Rogozin is a famous Russian politician, statesman and diplomat. Rogozin was the Russian Federation’s representative to NATO up to December 2011, and since then has been Russian Deputy Prime Minister. 

Alexander Terekhov

Alexander Terekhov

Former Russian Special Forces soldier and the winner of the Big Book Prize, Terekhov is the master of 'fine satire', noted by The Guardian and compared by The Moscow Times to that of Saltykov-Shchedrin.

Maria Matios

Maria Matios

Grande Dame of Ukrainian literature and a prominent public person, Maria Matios published her first prose in 1992. Since then she's gone to write seven books of poetry and five books of prose, winning top national prizes and awards.

Dmitri Gloechovsky

Dmitry Glukhovsky 

A prolific bestselling author, Dmitry Glukhovsky is known worldwide for his Metro 2033 franchise that won sci-fi EUROCON and became a THQ videogame. Most recent plans for Metro include a Hollywood film and a new series of novels.

Elena Chizhova

Elena Chizhova 

Praised in the New York Times and Kirkus, Elena Chizhova recieved the Russian Booker Prize and an international recongition for her achievements in literature. Today she's presiding over the St. Petersburg PEN Club.

Eduard Kochergin

Eduard Kochergin 

After his parents are taken away from Eduard, a child of two at the time, Eduard Kochergin not only survives the harshness of life under Stalinism, but becomes one of the world's most renowned artists and now an author.

Vladimir Medinskiy

Vladimir Medinskiy

Vladimir Medinskiy is a Russian statesman, professor, essayist and novelist. Since May 2012 he has held the post of Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation. His series  Myths About Russia is the bestselling Russian popular history series of recent years.

Victor Erofeyev

A son of a high-ranking Soviet diplomat Viktor Erofeev is a well known Russian writer. His works received both critical and popular acclaim. His novel Good Stalin is inspired by Erofeev's experience of growing up amidst the Soviet political hierarchy.

 

Natalka Babina

Born in a small village in the southern part of Belarus near Polish and Ukrainian borders Natalka Babina grew up surrounded by a mixture Belarusian, Ukrainian and Polish cultural traditions. She works as a journalist at an independent Belarusian newspaper writing on cultural topics. 

 

Vladimir Soloviev

 

He is a popular host on Russian radio and television, works in the theatre and in cinematography, gives various lectures and corporate trainings. Soloviev’s bibliography consists of more than two dozen titles on the hottest topics of contemporary Russia.

Sergei Kapitsa

Sergei Kapitsa was a Russian physicist and demographer. He was the vice president of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and president of the Eurasian Physical Society. Kapitsa played a great role in the popularisation of science and restoring support for science in Russia.

 

 

Chris Hutchins

 

Chris Hutchins, being a famous journalist with years of experience in established British media, published several biographies of famous people.

 

 

Alexander Korobko

Alexander Korobko is a Russian journalist and television producer, currently living and working in London. He co-authored the famous biography of Vladimir Putin.

 

Maria Konyukova

Maria Konyukova

Maria Konyukova was born in Leningrad. In her Watching the Russians, she shows a keen insight into Russian customs and traditions, and celebrates the Russian soul at large.

Oleg Pavlov

 

Oleg Pavlov

Oleg Pavlov is a critically acclaimed award winning author with a social and personal theme in the core of his writing. His experience in the Russian military forces adds an edge to his literary style.

 

 

Vladlen Loginov 

Vladlen Loginov, best known for his work on Lenin, is one of Russia’s most prominent historians and screenwriters. His book Lenin. How to Become a Leader exposes the factors that formed the personality of the revolutionary leader.

 Irene Rozdobudko  

Irene Rozdobudko 

The media calls Irene "The Lady Detective of Ukrainian literature" for her intriguing suspence novels. The author has an inquisitive mind and a recognizable style that continue winning her top national literary awards.

 

Anatoly Kudryavitsky

A poet, fiction writer and literary translator, Kudryavitsky is a member of the Russian Writers’ Union and the Irish PEN. His poems and stories have been translated into fourteen languages.

   

Maarten Tengbergen

He is the founder of the "Club Russe des Institutions Européennes" established to spread the knowledge of Russian culture within the European institutions. 

Elvira Baryakina

Elvira Baryakina

Elvira Baryakina is the author of an ongoing novel series devoted to the early 20th century Russia, revolution, the first wave of emigration and exile. Elvira bases her novels on detailed research and fine literary artistry.

Sergiy Zhadan

 Serhiy Zhadan

Born in 1974, Ukraine's celebrated author Serhiy Zhadan belongs to the generation of witnesses who lived through the collapse of the USSR and the changes that followed. His works reflect the turbulence he experienced in early age.

Hamid Ismailov

Hamid Ismailov

Hamid was forced to flee Uzbekistan and came to UK where he took a job with the BBC World Service, becoming the network's first Writer-in-Residence. He speaks many languages and writes on hot topics of socio-political context.

Sergei Shargunov

Sergei Shargunov

Sergei Shargunov earned his reputation as a writer with a social conscience covering some of the most significant events in recent Russian history.

Igor Sakhnovsky

 

Igor Sakhnovsky

He studied Russian language and literature at the State University of the Urals, then worked as a literary consultant and editor for a number of publishers and magazines. Member of Hawthornden Fellowship, UK.

Nadezhda Ptushkina

Nadezhda Ptushkina

Ptushkina is one of the most popular playwrights in contemporary Russia. Her works are emotional, sincere and at times bitter with dramatic twists and turns that are thoroughly elaborated and structured. 

Lubov Bazan

Lubov Bazan

Lubov Bazan is a Belorussian historian, art analyst and translator. Her professional experience became the backbone of her work on Belorussian history.

 Layla Alexander-Barrett  

Layla Alexander-Garrett 

Author of the memoir Andrei Tarkovsky: the Collector of Dreams, producer Layla Alexander-Garrett enjoys a fruitful career in Film and Dramatic Arts.

 

 

Michael M. Naydan

He has published over 30 articles on literary topics and more that 50 translations in journals and anthologies. The volume Herstories: An Anthology Of New Ukrainian Women Prose Writers is compiled, edited and accompanied with a critical introduction by Michael M. Naydan.

 Larysa Denysenko

Larysa Denysenko

Larysa learned the Ukrainian language when working for the Ukrainian Ministry of Justice at the age of 23 - then went on to write seven novels in this language and win national literary awards.

 

 Uladzimir Karatkevich

 

 

 

Uladzimir Karatkevich

Uladzimir Karatkevich was a Belarusian writer, poet, playwright, journalist and screenwriter with a passion for archeology. He is known as the creator of the Belorussian historical novel with his works filmed on many occassions.

 Taras Shevchenko  

Taras Shevchenko

Taras Shevchenko was a Ukrainian author and painter. The Kobzar is considered his most important work, which he worked on throughout his life. His works are celebrated worldwide in named after him museums and cultural centres.

 Leonid Andreev

Leonid Andreev

Founder of Russian Expressionism, Leonid Andreev is Russia's celebrated classic. His works are considered an invaluable part of Russian literary heritage.

 Ales Adamovych  

Ales Adamovych 

Ales Adamovich (1927-1994) was a Belarusian author, literary critic, screenwriter of many fulfilled TV productions and a public person. A celebrated legend in Belarus, the author left a legacy of appreciation for historical truth.

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Catalogue 2017

Catalogue 2017

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