Sergei Sokolovskiy


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April-May 2010: UNC-Chapel Hill and PEN World Voices, New York
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Sergei Sokolovskiy, born in 1972, is a prose writer and editor. Sokolovskiy’s short fiction has been published in the anthologies Babylon (winning first prize for prose in the Ulov online literary competition in 2000), Okrestnosti, Avtornik and others. His novella “Fast Food” was published as a stand-alone book in 2002. Together with Danila Davydov, he published and edited the journal Shestaya Kolonna (Sixth Column) in 1998; he was also the editor the Okrestnosti (The Environs) anthology in 2000-2001. His publishing house Autochton has published a series of books by young authors. Sokolovskiy has served as the secretary of the Debut literary prize and curates the website Vernitskii Literature: Young Russian Writers. He lives in Moscow.