The first American edition of Twelve Stories of Russia: A novel, I guess will be issued by Cow Eye Press in May 2017. New reviews will be posted as they appear. Independent reviewers may also visit publications such as 3:AM Magazine that are seeking reviews of this work.
Reviews and articles in Russian
Reviews and articles in Englishenglish-language reviews
"Twelve Stories of Russia: A novel, I guess successfully combines the surrealistic ebullience of Venedikt Yerofeev with a meticulous linguistic restraint. Witty, true, and densely populated, it deserves to find an audience on both sides of the language barrier." - ALEXANDER GENIS
"In Twelve Stories sparks fly as Russian and American mentalities collide. This portrait of a young American's experiences in Moscow is unique for its unusual vantage point: not from the oft-trodden front entrance to the Metropole, but from the rear of a lonely potato line. Comical yet deep observations on Russian reality make it a real page-turner." - LUDMILA ULITSKAYA
"This book caputres spectacularly the weirdness that is Russia for a foreigner...Some scenes were funny enough to make me fall off a chair." - ANDREW WACHTEL