Complete Collection of Poems
Semyon Frug was the first ever global Jewish poet that attained prominence throughout Europe, China, Latin America and the United States. Today his name remains forgotten and erased...
The Collected Works 1952-1990
This volume is a mirror image of the English translation; each page begins and ends with the same line. This makes it very valuable to readers who would like to compare the translations...
Echo of Love
Poetry by Galina Romanova.
Poetry dedicated to 3000 years of Jerusalem.
Golden Link (Bilingual)
Descending from two generations of ardent communists, during the post-Soviet period Zagorulko discovered Christianity, and wrote lyrical poetry devoted to the ethics of pure Christian values.
Echo of Silentium
The main quest of Julia Rezina’s refined and touching poetry is her search for the ever elusive secret of Inspiration.
Solitaire Length of Life
In this short novel, Korennaya unveils the dramas of the
Russian bohemian life in New York, with unchecked raw emotions,
tragedies and destinies.
My Magic World
Although Svetlana received her professional education as a chemist,
her attachment to poetry remained unbroken. Her lyrical poems are pure,
enchanting and call for re-reading again and again.
One Way Correspondance
Powerful lyrical poetry by Marina Berkovich.
Onegin of Our Days
This satirical novel in Pushkin-like verse presents a vivid portrait of
the uprooted generation of Russian intelligentsia and their wanderings
in Europe during post-revolutionary Russia.
Sweep Me Away to the Brightest Distance
An unbound zest for life characterizes the poetry of Rimma Maron.
The Shallow Cry of a Human's Soul (Bilingual)
Sonya began writing poetry at the age of six. There is something mystical about her poems that defied comprehension.
In Search of a Woman
What do you get from merging a Slavic soul with new-age biker and surfer of south California? Vladimir Simonov delivers a mighty hymn to Woman and Love.