Kirill Kobrin

Kirill Kobrin writes fiction and nonfiction prose, co-edits Moscow magazine of culture and politics Neprikosnovenniy Zapas (Emergency Rations), and researches the cultural history of Russia, Great Britain and the Czech Republic. He is the author of 14 books and his texts have been translated into several European languages. He lives in London.

A tale of two cities: Kirill Kobrin on the changing names and faces of Nizhny/Gorky

A tale of two cities: Kirill Kobrin on the changing names and faces of Nizhny/Gorky

Soviet block: reading history through one Stalinist building

Soviet block: reading history through one Stalinist building

That Seventies show: why Russian popular culture is stuck in the past

That Seventies show: why Russian popular culture is stuck in the past