Author Archives: Leonid Korogodski

About Leonid Korogodski

Leonid Korogodski was born in Ukraine. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Ph.D. in Mathematics and a C in English as a Second Language. His first book, a science fiction novella Pink Noise: A Posthuman Tale, was published in August 2010. He lives with his daughter Anna in Sharon, Massachusetts.

Polden, XXI Vek, April 2011

In his editorial to the April issue, Samuel Lurie suggests to save this copy in a safe place. Why? Because this issue contains the first part of Plyvoon (Quicksand) by Alexander Zhitinsky, a sequel to his Lestnitza (Staircase). Having appeared … Continue reading

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Polden, XXI Vek; October 2010

Polden, XXI Vek (Noon, XXI Century) is a Russian science fiction magazine, founded in 2002 by Boris Strugatsky. The Strugatsky Brothers, Arkady (1925-1991) and Boris (b. 1933) have dominated the Russian science fiction for decades. The magazine’s title is clearly … Continue reading

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