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'OKNO No 7 now online! / ОКНО № 7 вышел в свет!'
Дорогие читатели!

Седьмой номер журнала ОКНО опубликован в интернете здесь: http://okno.webs.com/no7.htm В номер вошли повести Владимира Лорченкова и Анатолия Кудрявицкого, рассказы Юрия Буйды, Евгения Шкловского, Айдара Сахибзадинова, Александра Мильштейна и Владимира Темирова, а также эссе и отрывки из дневника Нины Горлановой. Как обычно, читатели найдут в номере стихи, стихопрозу, визуальные тексты, переводы из Стэнли Кьюница, Питера Сирра и Томаша Дариуша Лебёды. Приятного чтения!

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Dear All,

The new issue of OKNO/Window has just gone online and is available for viewing at http://okno.webs.com/no7.htm The readers will find there a novel by Vladimir Lorchenkov, short stories by Yuri Buida, Evgeny Shklovsky, Aidar Sahibzadinov, Alexander Milshtein and Vadim Temirov and a novella by Anatoly Kudryavitsky describing Moscow's literary life at the beginning of the last decade. As usual, the new OKNO has a selection of poems and prose poems, visual poetry, Russian translations from Stanley Kunitz, Peter Sirr and the Polish poet D.T. Lebioda, as well as an essay and fragments of the diary by Nina Gorlanova.

We sincerely hope that you'll enjoy reading it!

The editors
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