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Dmitry Strelnikoff

Dmitry Strelnikov
Dmitry Strelnikov
Born 1969
Kazakhstan))
Occupation writer (poet, essayist, novelist), biologist and a journalist for television, radio and the press
Genres Realist

Dmitry Aleksandrovich Strelnikov (Russian: Дмитрий Александрович Стрельников; born in Kazakhstan, in the borders of USSR, in 1969) is a Russian and Polish writer, biologist and a journalist for television, radio and the press, living in Poland; the graduate of The Correspondence Course of the Mathematic on the M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University and of the Biology Departament on the Warsaw University.

Bibliography

  • 2011 – "Złote ryby" ("The Golden Fish"), a novel, Poland/Warsaw, W.A.B. Edition House
  • 2010 – "Wyspa" ("Island"), a novel, Poland/Warsaw, W.A.B. Edition House
  • 2009 – "Nikołaj i Bibigul" ("Nikolai and Bibigul"), a novel, Poland/Warsaw, W.A.B. Edition House
  • 2008 – "Ruski miesiąc" ("Wedding.ru"), a novel, Poland/Warsaw, W.A.B. Edition House
  • 2007 – "Nocne życie aniołów" ("The night life of the angels"), a collection of esseys, Poland/Warsaw, Nowy Świat Edition House
  • 2006-2007 – "Wielka Encyklopedia Zwierząt" ("A Great Encyclopedy of the Animals") in 30th volumes, Poland, Amer.Com SA with the cooperation with Oxford Educational Encyclopedia Ltd UK.
  • 2004 – "Homo mirabilis", a poetry, Poland/Warsaw, Nowy Świat Edition House.
  • His Russian language poems are published in the moscow’s literary magazine "Знамя ".

Discography

  • 2005 - Российские барды, диск 5; Moroz Records, Moscow.

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • magazine's website
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