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Russian Literary Awards

Resources related to major contemporary Russian literary awards.

2019

Short list for 2019

Winners

Alla Gorbunova and Andrei Tavrov (poetry), Dmitrii Danilov (prose), Elena Mikhailik (research in humanities), Vitalii Lekhtsier (literary projects), Mark Lipovetskii (meritorious service to Russian literature).


 

 

Alla Glebovna Gorbunova (b. 1985) 

for Poka dogoraet azbuka. Moskva : Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2016. 135 p.

 

Vnutri zvezdopada : stikhi. Sankt-Peterburg : Limbus Press, 2019. 361 p.

Veshchi i ushchi : rasskazy. Sankt-Peterburg : Limbus Press, [2017]. 234 p.

 

 

 

 

Andrei Mikhailovich Tavrov (b. 1948)

for Plach po Bleiku. Moskva : "Russkii Gulliver", 2018.

Nulevaia strofa. Moskva : TSentr gumanitarnykh initsiativ, 2016. 428 p.

Poetika razryva. Moskva : "Russkii Gulliver", 2016. 182 p.

Proekt Dante. Moskva : Izdatelʹstvo "Vodoleĭ", 2014. 383 p.

Pisʹma o poezii : statʹi i esse. Moskva : TSentr sovremennoĭ literatury, 2011. 173 p.

 

 

Dmitrii Alekseevich Danilov (b. 1969) 

for publications in Novyi mir: 2019, № 12; 2018, № 7; 2018, № 1; 2017, № 2

Sidetʹ i smotretʹ : seriia nabliudenii. Moskva : Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2016. 234 p.

Chernyi i zelenyi. Sankt-Peterburg : Krasnyi matros, 2004. 104 p.

Gorizontalʹnoe polozhenie. Moskva : EKSMO, 2010. 317 p.

Opisanie goroda. Moskva : Astrel’, 2012. 253 p.

Est’ veshchi povazhnee futbola. Moskva : Ripol Klassik, 2015. 320 p.

 

 

Elena Iur'evna Mikhailik (b. 1970)

for ​Nezakonnaia kometa : Varlam Shalamov : opyt medlennogo chteniia. Moskva : Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2018. 373 p.

 

Ni snom, ni oblakom. Stikhi. Moskva : ARGO-RISK, Knizhnoe obozrenie, 2008. 56 p.

 

 

 

 

 

Vitalii Leonidovich Lekhtsier (b. 1970) 

Svoim khodom : posle ochevidtsev. Moskva : Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2019. 184 p.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Naumovich Lipovetskii /Lipovetsky (Leiderman) (b. 1964)

 

"Eto prosto bukvy na bumage ..." : Vladimir Sorokin : posle literatury / redaktory-sostaviteli E. Dobrenko, I. Kalinin, M. Lipovetskii. Moskva : Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2018. 707 p.

Postmodern crises : from Lolita to Pussy Riot. Brighton, MA : Published by Academic Studies Press, 2017. 273 p.

Late and Post-Soviet Russian literature : a reader / edited by Mark Lipovetsky and Lisa Ryoko Wakamiya. Boston : Academic Studies Press, 2014-2015. 2 volumes

Performansy nasiliia : literaturnye i teatralʹnye eksperimenty "novoi dramy". Moskva : Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2012. 371 p.

Charms of the cynical reason : the trickster's transformations in Soviet and post-Soviet culture. Brighton, MA : Academic Studies Press, 2011. 296 p.

Performing violence : literary and theatrical experiments of new Russian drama. Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2009. 316 p.

Paralogii : transformatsii (post)modernistskogo diskursa v russkoi kulʹture 1920--2000-kh godovMoskva : Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2008. 840 p.

Sovremennaia russkaia literatura, 1950-1990-e gody : v dvukh tomakh. Moskva : Academia, 2003. 2 v.

Russian postmodernist fiction : dialogue with chaos. Armonk, NY : M.E.Sharpe, 1999. 331 p.