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"Come, give us a taste of your quality."
(Will Shakespeare, "Hamlet", Act II, Scene 2)

PUBLICATIONS

1. Fiction, poetry and plays

Buddah's Bow. Moscow: Vremya, 2012. Girls' Night Out. Moscow: Vremya, 2012. Mystery of the Red Cat. A novel for children aged 7 to 107. Moscow: Trimag, 2010. Internet Girl. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #4, 2009.
Kahlil Gibran. The Prophet. Moscow: Trimag, 2008.
Peter Greenaway. Gold. Inostranka, 2006.
Paul Auster. The New York Trilogy. Eksmo Press, 2005.
Paul Auster. Night Oracle. Eksmo Press, 2005.
Paul Auster. The Book of Illusions. Eksmo Press, 2004.
Laura Shaine Cunningham. Ladies’ Day, or Hen Party. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #4, 2003.
Richard Baer. Mixed Emotions. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #4, 2003.
Arthur Kopit. BecauseYouCan (Y2K). Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #1, 2001.
Little Spider. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #3, 2000.
A.R.Gurney. Sylvia. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #2, 2000.
A Mistake, or Nabokovs Secret Trip to the USSR. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, Spring 1999.
Les Peurs. Translated into French. Lettres Russes, #17. Paris. July, 1995.
Job. Humptv Dumptv Had a Great Fall: two stories. Zolotoj Vek, #7. Moscow : 1995.
Four Knights' Opening. Translated into English. Southern Lights: PEN South Literary Review. New Orleans, 1995.
S.O.B. Four Knights' Opening. Translated into English. Glas Magazine, #8. Moscow: GLAS Publishers, 1994.
The Great Sinner. Translated into Lithuanian. Eva, #1,1994.
Mystery of the Red Cat. A novel for children aged 7 to 107. Moscow: Knizhnaya Palata, 1992.
Humptv Dumptv Had a Great Fall. Sovershenno Sekretno Monthly. Moscow: DEM Publishers, # 7 (38), 1992.
Per Somnia: a poem. Translated into English. Glas Magazine, #2. Moscow: Russlit Publishers, 1992.
Neither You, Nor Me (Emi): a novel. Moscow: DEM Publishers, 1991.
Theo. Paris: Continent, #1, 1992.
Study in Jealousv. Translated into English. New Directions 55, 1991.
A. Kerenskv - N. Berberova Correspondence (selection, introduction, commentary). Moscow: Soglasie Magazine, #4,1991.
Selected poems. Chistye Proodi. Moscow: Moscovskii Rabochii, 1990.
The Great Sinner. Translated into English. Nimrod, Spring/Summer 1990.
Nabokov Revisited. In: Almanac of the Bibliophile, #27. Moscow: Kniga Publishers, 1990.
An Open Letter to Mr. N. a Slav. Novoye Russkoye Slovo. New York: January 29,1990.
Selected Poems. Poriv. Moscow: Sovetskii Pisatel, 1989.
Eight Poems. Novoye Russkoye Slovo. New York, 1989.
Four Knights' Opening. Novoye Russkoye Slovo. New York, 1989.
Limited Contingent: a cycle of poems about the Afghan war (in Russian). Novoye Russkoye Slovo. New York: November, 1989.
Pope Joan: a play in verse. In: Poetry of This Year. Moscow: Sovetskii Pisatel, 1988.

2. Interviews

Paul Auster: The Art of Living. In: Paul Auster. The New York Trilogy. Eksmo Press, 2005. Also in: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #1, 2005.
David Hwang: Theatre Is a Temptation. Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #2, 2005.
Arthur Kopit: You Have To Make It All By Yourself. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, #1, 2004.
Juri Trifonov: A Candid Talk. Moscow: Sovetskaya Rossiya. Summer, 1978.
Juri Trifonov: Writing Means Telling Truth. Studies in Soviet Literature. New York: Fall, 1980.
Boris Eltsin: An Outsider. Novoye Russkoye Slovo (in Russian). New York: October 20, 1989.
Nina Berberova: Masons in Russia. Literaturnaya Gazeta. Moscow: Fall, 1989.

3. Translations

Short stories for Playboy. Moscow: 2006-2007.
Materials for Soros Foundation. Moscow: 2000-2001.
Materials for Premiere and Elle. Moscow: 1997-2000.
Vladimir Nabokov, Two Essays on Theatre. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, Spring 1999.
V. Nabokov, The Vladimir Nabokov - Edmund Wilson Correspondence. St.Petersburg: Zvezda, #11, 1996.
V. Nabokov, A Forward to The Hero of Our Time. In: Vladimir Nabokov. Lectures on Russian Literature. Moscow: Nezavissimaia Gazeta Publisher, 1996.
Whale on the Beach: a play by Nicholas Meyer. From the English. Considered for production.
Vladimir Nabokov, Ada (excerpts). From the English. Moscow: Stolitsa Magazine. Fall 1993.
Stephen King, Skeleton Crew. From the English. Vladivostok Publishers, 1992.
Sam Shepard, True West (a play). From the English. Moscow: Teatr, ¹ 4, 1991.
George Orwell, Animal Farm. From the English. Moscow: Knizhnaya Palata, 1989.
Jean Anouilh, Culottes (a play). From the French. Moscow: Sovremennaya Dramaturgiya, # 3,1989.
Stephen King, The Dead Zone. From the English. Moscow: Molodaya Gvardia, 1987.
Shakespeare's Younger Contemporaries, compiled and translated from the English (Cyril Toumeur, John Ford, John Webster, Thomas Middleton). Moscow State University Press, 1986.
Stephen King, Firestarter. From the English. Leningrad: Zvezda Magazine, 1986.
H. W. Longfellow, Selected Works. From the English. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya Literatura, 1986.
V. S. Naipaul, Short Stories. From the English. Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1984.
Poetry of Czechoslovakia. From the Czech and Slovak. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya Literatura, 1983.
J. D. Salinger, Teddy. From the English. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya Literatura, 1983.
U.S. Writers on Literature. From the English. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1982.
Kurt Vonnegut, Short Stories. From the English. Kishinev: Literatura Artistica, 1981.
Song of Love: The Lyrics of International Poets. From the English. Moscow: Molodaya Gvardia, 1981.
Thomas Moore, Selected Works. From the English. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya Literatura, 1981.
Literary Manifestos of the West European Romantics (Byron, Keats, Coleridge: poems, letters, commentaries). From the English. Moscow State University Press, 1980.
Studs Terkel, Work. From the English. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1978.
Walter Lowenfels, Poems and Essays. From the English. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1977.

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