Zinovy Zinik

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Zinovy Zinik
London, UK

Zinovy Zinik left the Soviet Union in 1975 and has been living in England since 1976. Among his books of fiction in English are One-Way Ticket (1995), History Thieves (2010) and Sounds Familiar or the Beast of Artek (2016). Zinik’s recent works in Russian include the novel Ящик оргона (2017) and the collection of shorter prose Нога моего отца и другие реликвии (2021). His new collection of short stories in Russian, Нет причины для тревоги, was published in 2022.

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Three Questions. A Documentary by Vita Shtivelman
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