Olga Slavnikova

Olga Slavnikova was born in 1957 near Ekaterinburg. She writes reviews and essays for Novy mir, Znamya, Oktyabr. She was a member of the Russian booker prize jury in 1999. In 2000 she was part of the board for the Novy mir Prize for short stories and now organizes the Debut Prize of the Pokolenie fund. Her novel "Strekoza, uvelichennaya do razmerov sobaki" was shortlisted for the booker prize in 1997. "Odin v zerkale" won the Bazgov Prize and was nominated for the Booker Prize in 2000. 2006 she was awarded the Russian Booker Prize for her novel "2017". She also received the US Gjenima Prize 2006-2007. Olga Slavnikova lives in Moscow.

Awards: 2018 Big Book Award shortlist
2018 Yasnaya Polyana Award
2018 Book of the Year (Moscow International Book Fair)
2018 National Bestseller Award shortlist
2012 Premio Gorki, Italy
2007 Gjenima Prize US
2006 Russian Booker Prize
20005 Apollon Grigoriev Prize | Polonsky Prize
2001 October Prize
1999 Bazgov Prize
1996 Ural Prize

foreign rights:
China/ Yilin, People's Literature
Croatia/ Sandorf
Egypt/ Al Arabi
Estonia/ Tänapäev
France/ Gallimard and Miroble
Hungary/ Noran
Italy/ Einaudi/ Fandango
Japan/ Shinchosha
Lithuania/ Alma Littera
Macedonia/ Prozart, TRI
Poland/ Sonia Draga
Portugal/ Alfabeto
Serbia/ Archipel
Slovak Republic/ LIC
Slovenia/ Slavic Cultures
Sweden/ Ersatz
US/ Overlook, Columbia University Press
Vietnam/ Hochiminh

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