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Nadezhda Gorlova

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Nadezhda Gorlova

Nadezhda Gorlova was born in 1975 in Moscow, where she lives today. She works at Literaturnaya Gazeta, a well-known Moscow newspaper. She was awarded the 1995 Novyi Mir Prize for her story “A Journey to Lipetsk” and the 2006 Evrika Prize for her story “Rebecca’s Veil.” Here work has also appeared in Nash Sovremennik, Yunost’, Arion, and elsewhere. Her book Luna na oschup holodnaya was released in 2011.

Articles by Nadezhda Gorlova

The Golem in the Mirror
By Nadezhda Gorlova
I dreamed of Prague at night. It looked the way each of us to whom the words “Old City” speak at least a little would imagine. I knew the Golem had returned, and I ran through the streets…
Translated from Russian by Deborah Hoffman
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