Alexey Sinitsyn

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Alexey Sinitsyn
Moscow, Russia / St. Petersburg, Russia

Alexey Sinitsyn is a Russian writer, book reviewer, and critic. Born in Ufa in 1972, he graduated from the Ufa State University, where he also completed his graduate studies in Ontology and Theory of Knowledge. His first publications appeared in the mid-90s. He is the author of three published novels: “The Art of Boredom” (2014), “Game Tutorial” (2015), and “Space Machine” (2019, AST). He holds a PhD in Philosophy. Currently he lives in Moscow and St. Petersburg.

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Poetry Reading in Honor of Brodsky’s 81st Birthday
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The Café Review Poetry Reading in Russian and in English
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