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Andrew Bromfield

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Andrew Bromfield

Andrew Bromfield was born in Hull in Yorkshire, England. He cofounded and edited the literary journal Glas. He has translated Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, as well as works by Boris Akunin, Vladimir Voinovich, Irina Denezhkina, Victor Pelevin, and many others.

Articles by Andrew Bromfield

from “Adam’s Apple”
By Olga Pogodina-Kuzmina
Georgii Izmailov, a successful St. Petersburg businessman, attends the glitzy, high-profile presentation of his own latest project, the largest business center in the city, together with his business…
Translated from Russian by Andrew Bromfield
from “Butterfly Skin”
By Sergey Kuznetsov
It is good to kill in winter. Especially if it has snowed overnight, and the ground is covered with a delicate blanket of white. You put the bound naked body on it. The blood from the wounds flows more…
Translated from Russian by Andrew Bromfield
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