My name is. I'm a coder, writer, and amateur literary translator who delves into fiction, essays, and old Russian texts. My work probes contemporary and near-future issues through a lens of whimsy and dark humour, influenced by diverse genres such as magical realism, sci-fi, fantasy, satire, etm. is my main project. It’s where I publish all my fiction and essays and connect with my readers. I’m also a regular contributor to publication and community events, such as Symposium.
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Where to start?
I have a novella, it’s kind of genre-less, but has fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, crime elements:
And a couple of my favourite short stories I wrote
Monsters — in the darkest hour, an imaginary hero brings hope and courage.
The Blue Pill Of Atlantis — a nostalgic merman's tale of a fading Atlantis, where the past and present collide in a sea of forgotten wisdom.
Bewildering Wilderness — in the heart of a storm, one man's quest for spirits becomes a battle with his own.
The Unremitting Moneday — virtual gems, real dilemmas: a journey through the moral maze of digital entertainment.
For Whom The Universe Caws — a story of a vagabond who made friends with a raven.
and three essays:
Man Against Marketing is about a new kind of old narrative conflict in which we are all engaged.
It’s All Just An Old Videogame – musings about the nature of memories and nostalgia.
Where is that City N? – On Chekhoverse, antiplaces, and my hometown.
and two translations (from Russian):
Eisenstein about Joyce is a translation of a fragment from Sergei Eisenstein’s memoirs written about his encounters with James Joyce.
Rules For Aspiring Authors by Chekhov is another translation of a quite obscure piece with plenty of footnotes included.
You can find all my work here.