Lev Revutsky

About the Author:

Lev Revutsky
Lev Revutsky
San Jose, USA

Lev Revutsky was born in Leningrad in 1956. He graduated from the university in 1978, served in the Soviet Army, was denied the right to emigrate for seven years, and finally came to the US in 1989. Currently, he lives in San Jose where he works as an investment adviser. One of his books was “The Road to Parrot Country or the Curious Adventures of Rachel and Her Friends in Amazonia”, a bilingual children’s book.

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The Café Review Poetry Reading in Russian and in English
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