Skip to main content
Outdated Browser

For the best experience using our website, we recommend upgrading your browser to a newer version or switching to a supported browser.

More Information

Contributor

Andrew Bromfield

Contributor

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
His skin and hair gave off an intoxicating scent of apples.
Translated from Russian by Andrew Bromfield
from “Butterfly Skin”
By Sergey Kuznetsov
It is good to kill in spring.
Translated from Russian by Andrew Bromfield
Akiko
By Victor Pelevin
Greetings, noble stranger! Your appearance is unfamiliar, as if you were not from these parts. Are you perhaps newly arrived from the distant lands of the North?My name is Akiko. What glorious name do…
Translated from Russian by Andrew Bromfield
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]