Read Russia

Read Russia

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Read Russia, founded in 2012, is an initiative based in Moscow, New York, and London to celebrate Russian literature and Russian book culture through innovative programmes and projects. Supporting the translation and publication of Russian works, Read Russia provides international audiences with fresh opportunities to engage - in person, on screen, and online - with Russia's leading literary figures and heritage. Support for Read Russia comes from Russia’s Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communication, the Institute of Translation, the Yeltsin Centre, and other foundations and philanthropists.

New Titles

  • Who is Marina Stepnova?

    Marina Stepnova’s extraordinary 2011 novel, The Women of Lazarus, shortlisted for numerous awards and translated into 23 languages, is now available i...

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  • Read Russia Programme 211 KB

    Read Russia, founded in 2012, based in Moscow, New York, and London - established to celebrate Russian literature and Russian book culture. Through innovative programs, projects.

    25 Sep 2017


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    Read Russia
    Bolshaya Polyanka, 23 /b3 Moscow 119180 Russian Federation
    (Tel)  +7 4952297543
    (Fax)  +7 4952297543


  1. Product Categories
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    • Cultural Organisations
    Content Categories
    • Adult - Fiction
    • Children's Books - Fiction
    • Poetry
    • Young Adult - Fiction
  2. Geographical Regions
    • Argentina
    • Mexico
    • United States
    • Australia
    • France
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • Portugal
    • Spain
    • UK - England


  • Read Russia!: An Anthology

    Read Russia!: An Anthology of New Voices presents a new gift to American and English-speaking readers: thirty short works from Russia’s leading contem...

Company Onsite Events

  • Management of publishing house in...

    Finding great books and their publishing is a tricky issue. How does medium-sized publisher compete with bigger publishers and get into a top-list of ...

    Company Event Result

    1. Location (stand) 5F140
    2. Category Presentation
    3. Event Date 11 Apr 2018
    4. Start Time 16:00
    5. End Time 17:00
  • Round Table: How Not to Overlook a...

    Every year, thousands of new fiction titles appear on the Russian book market. Some emerge to prominence, turn into bestsellers, compete for multiple ...

    Company Event Result

    1. Location (stand) 5F140
    2. Category Presentation
    3. Event Date 10 Apr 2018
    4. Start Time 12:30
    5. End Time 14:00
  • Seminar: The World Is Not Enough

    We will aim to introduce the world's publishing community to the diversity of a whole range of works of contemporary Russian writing, paying attention...

    Company Event Result

    1. Location (stand) 5F140
    2. Location (other) Literary Translation Centre
    3. Category Presentation
    4. Event Date 11 Apr 2018
    5. Start Time 15:30
    6. End Time 16:30


  • Natasha Banke

    NATASHA BANKE was born in Moscow in 1975 and has been residing in Sweden since 2000. A film producer with over 15 years of experience and a literary t...

  • Vladimir Sharov

    Vladimir Sharov’s writing offers new ways to look at traditional issues of history, religion, and cul¬ture. His novels combine gripping intrigue and d...

  • Oliver Ready

    Oliver Ready teaches Russian literature and translation at the University of Oxford. He is the author of Persisting in Folly: Russian Writers in Searc...

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