In its 2013 summer issue, Chtenia samples the diverse styles and subjects of modern Russian women writers. That Russian women were writing about Russian orphanages well before the 2012 ban, and about terrorism based in Dagestan well before the Boston bombing, points out their supreme relevance to American readers.
Authors include Ksenia Buksha, Maria Stepanova, Marina Stepnova, Polina Barskova, Ludmila Ulitskaya, Marina Palei, Aigerin Taizhi, Mariam Petrosyan, Tatiana Shcherbina, Yulia Yuzhik, Liana Alaverdova, Polina Klyukina, and Elizaveta Aleksandrova-Zorina.
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