Nash Sovremennik

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Nash Sovremennik


(Our Contemporary), a literary and sociopolitical journal published monthly in Moscow since 1964. An organ of the Writers’ Union of the RSFSR.

Nash sovremennik is a successor to the anthologies God. . . (The Year . ..), which was founded in 1933 by M. Gorky, and Nash sovremennik, which appeared from 1956 to 1963. Novellas, short stories, poems, and articles on current events are among the items featured in the journal. Since 1968, the editor in chief has been S. V. Vikulov. Circulation, 110,000 (1974).


Surganov, Vs. “Da, nazvanie obiazyvaet. ...” Literaturnaia gazeta, Oct. 13, 1971.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Brudny points out that the explosion of alcohol consumption in the 1970s resulted in a series of articles, letters, and editorials in Nash sovremennik describing the problem and criticizing government policies for contributing to it.
The 'phobias' and 'myths' about Jews intent on destroying Russia deserve the fullest possible exploration, not least because of their continued potency and occasional veneer of respectability in contemporary Russia: for example, Academician Igor Shafarevich's article, 'Rusofobiia', published in Nash sovremennik, in 1989.