Glagoslav Timeline

October 2018:

  • Glagoslav publishes an English translation of short stories, Combustions, by Srđan Srdić.
  • Glagoslav publishes a collection of sonnets by Adam Mickiewicz.

August 2018:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases an English translation of Nikolai Gumilev’s poetry on Africa.

June 2018:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases an English translation of The Flying Dutchman by Anatoly Kudryavitsky.
  • Glagoslav publishes a collection of feuilletons Hard Times by the Ukrainian satirist Ostap Vyshnia.

May 2018:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases a collection of short stories Everyday Saints and Other Stories in Dutch.
  • Glagoslav publishes a fascinating record of a trip to Russia A Brown Man in Russia: Lessons Learned on the Trans-Siberian by Vijay Menon.

April 2018:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases a collection of short stories in English translation Death of the Snake Catcher by Ak Welsapar.
  • Glagoslav participates in the London Book Fair 2018.

March 2018:

  • Glagoslav publishes a collection of short stories Maybe We’re Leaving by the Czech writer Jan Balaban.

January 2018:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases an anthology of Russian short poems Mirror Sand in English.

December 2017:

  • Glagoslav publishes the first book in the Czech collection, The Secret History of my Sojourn in Russia by Jaroslav Hašek.

October 2017:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases a book of selected poetry by Oles Ilchenko Conversations before Silence.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the Frankfurt Book Fair 2017.

September 2017:

  • Glagoslav publishes a book of poems Contours of the City by one of the most outstanding Ukrainian poets Attyla Mohylny and a collection of plays Acropolis by Stanisław Wyspiański known as the Fourth Polish Bard.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases an anthology of 28 contemporary Ukrainian poets The Frontier in English.

June 2017:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases a book of poems The Shining Light by the Kazakh poet Galymkair Mutanov.

May 2017:

  • Glagoslav publishes the Selected Lyric Poetry by one of the most outstanding Ukrainian poets Maksym Rylsky.

April 2017:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases a book of poems The Grand Harmony by Bohdan Ihor Antonych, the Ukrainian poet and literary critic.

March 2017:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases Paradoxes of Growth by Sergei Kapitsa, the famous Russian scientist and inventor.
  • Glagoslav publishes the novel Goodbye, Bird by the Armenian author Aram Pachyan.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the London Book Fair 2017.

February 2017:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases Tsunami by Anatoly Kurchatkin in English translation.

January 2017:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases the Russian thriller Time of the Octopus by Anatoly Kucherena in English translation.
  • Glagoslav publishes a new collection of poems by one of the greatest Ukrainian poets of the twentieth century Pavlo Tychyna, The Complete Early Poetry Collections.

December 2016:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases two new titles: the English novel One-Two by the Russian author Igor Eliseev and the English translation of Girls, be Good by the Serbian writer Bojan Babić.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the Russian Booker Prize Ceremony 2016 in Moscow.

October 2016:

  • Glagoslav publishes the English novel Seven Signs of the Lion by Michael M. Naydan, a fascinating adventure to the city of Lviv in Ukraine.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases the classical Polish poetic drama Forefathers’ Eve by Adam Mickiewicz in English translation.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016.

September 2016:

  • Glagoslav publishes the English translation of short stories The Fantastic Worlds by Yuri Vynnychuk.
  • Glagoslav releases the English translation of Igor Klekh’s cookbook Adventures in the Slavic Kitchen: A book of Essays with Recipes.

August 2016:

  • Glagoslav releases the English translation from Ukrainian of The Garden of Divine Songs and Collected Poetry by Hryhory Skovoroda.
  • Glagoslav publishes the English translation of selected poems Shards from the Polar Ice by Lydia Grigorieva.

July 2016:

  • Glagoslav releases the English translation from Ukrainian of The Complete Correspondence of Hryhory Skovoroda, a Ukrainian philosopher and poet.

June 2016:

  • Glagoslav publishes its first English translation from Turkmen of Ak Welsapar’s novel The Tale of Aypi.

May 2016:

  • Glagoslav publishes the English translation of Natalia Gromova’s novel from the archives Moscow in the 1930s.

March 2016:

  • Glagoslav publishes the English translation of the book The Crime of Chernobyl: The Nuclear Goulag by Wladimir Tchertkoff.
  • Glagoslav releases a first-ever English uncensored translation from Belarusian of Alpine Ballad by Vasil Bykau.

February 2016:

  • Glagoslav releases Prisoner by Anna Nemzer in English.

December 2015:

  • Glagoslav releases Leo Tolstoy: Flight from Paradise by Pavel Basinsky.
  • Glagoslav publishes the Dutch translation of the novel Laurus by Evgenij Vodolazkin.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the Russian Booker Prize Ceremony 2015 in Moscow.

November 2015:

  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the 17th International Book Fair for High-Quality Fiction and Non-Fiction 2015 in Moscow.

October 2015:

  • Glagoslav releases The Exile by Zinaida Tulub.
  • Glagoslav publishes the English translation of the novel The Investigator by Margarita Khemlin.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015.

July 2015:

  • Glagoslav Publications acquires English language publication rights for works of four prominent Russian authors: Elena Chizhova’s Children of Zaches, Elena Minkina-Taycher’s The Rebinder Effect, Evgeni Grishkovets’ The Shirt, Lilianna Lungina’s The Transcript.

June 2015:

  • Glagoslav releases Multiple Personalities by Tatyana Shcherbina.
  • Glagoslav publishes the English translation of the novel-in-verse Gnedich by Maria Rybakova.

May 2015:

  • Glagoslav releases Marina Tsvetaeva: The Essential Poetry in English translation by Michael M. Naydan and Slava I. Yastremski.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the 29th Book Fair Geneva 2015.

April 2015:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases two new titles: Asystole by Oleg Pavlov and To Get Ukraine by Oleksandr Shyshko.

March 2015:

  • Glagoslav releases a financial documentary-thriller Sberbank, the Rebirth of Russia’s Financial Giant by Evgeny Karasyuk.

February 2015:

  • Glagoslav releases two English editions on the life and work of the first Russian president Boris Yeltsin: A Man of Change, a study of the political life of Boris Yeltsin produced by B. Yeltsin Center Foundation and Boris Yeltsin, The Decade that Shook the World by Boris Minaev.

January 2015:

  • In cooperation with Orthodox Logos Publishing, Glagoslav releases the Dutch edition of Tsarina Alexandra’s Diary, a unique and previously unrepresented in the Netherlands compilation of Alexandra Romanova’s personal notes.

December 2014:

  • Glagoslav releases Bajesvolk, Dutch translation of Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s My Fellow Prisoners.
  • Glagoslav publishes Heroes of the ’90s by a group of journalists from Russia’s first business venue Kommersant.
  • Glagoslav publishes Dutch edition of Fifty Highlights from the Russian Literature by Maarten Tengbergen in two volumes.

November 2014:

  • Glagoslav publishes Empire of Corruption by Vladimir Soloviev, a controversial non-fiction book on the endemic nature of corruption in Russia.
  • Glagoslav publishes Dutch translation of PUTIN by Chris Hutchins and Alexander Korobko.

October 2014:

  • Glagoslav releases A History of Belarus by Lubov Bazan, an independent research that attempts to shed light on the ethnogenesis of the Belarusian and highlights the country’s journey towards self-determination.

September 2014:

  • Harlequin’s Costume of Leonid Yuzefovich, translated to English by Marian Schwarz, wins the Read Russia Award 2014.
  • Glagoslav releases the English translation of Children’s Fashion of the Russian Empire, a photobook compiled by the famous Russian fashion historian Alexander Vasiliev.
  • Glagoslav obtains a new imprint of Orthodox Logos Publishing and provides them with publication and distribution services.

August 2014:

  • Glagoslav releases English translation of Dina Yafasova’s book Don’t Call Me a Victim! 
  • Leonid Yuzefovich’s detective novel Harlequin’s Costume in English translation by Marian Schwarz became a finalist of the Read Russia Award.
  • Our books became available for purchase from Gianotten Mutsaers bookstore in Tilburg, The Netherlands.

July 2014:

  • Glagoslav releases English translation of Victor Erofeyev’s novel Good Stalin. 
  • Glagoslav concludes an agreement for the publication of Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s book My Fellow Prisoners in Dutch translation.
  • The English translation of the books of Serhiy Zhadan, Taras Shevchenko, Irene Rozdobudko, Zakhar Prilepin, Maria Matios and Leyla Alexander-Garret become available for purchase in the Kiev book shop ‘Knizhkova Karmnichka’.
  • Glagoslav concludes an agreement for the publication of Maxima Legal guide Doing Business in Russia under a new series RBO Books.
  • Glagoslav’s authors Elena Chizhova and Zakhar Prilepin are in the long list of the Russian Booker Prize.

June 2014:

  • Glagoslav releases the English translation of Rustam Ibragimbekov’s novel Solar Plexus: A Baku Saga in Four Parts. 
  • Glagoslav signs an agreement for the publication of the poetry bundle The Essential Tsvetaeva, compiled by Michael M. Naydan. The collection will include Marina Tsvetaeva’s poems in English translation by Michael M. Naydan and Slava Yastremsky.
  • Glagoslav Publications obtains the rights for the publication of the Russian Bestseller Everyday Saint and Other Stories by Archimandrite Tikhon (Shevkunov) in the Dutch language.
  • Glagoslav starts a large-scale project of translation, publication and distribution of the book The Man of Change. The Political biography of Boris Yeltsin to the major libraries in the United Kingdom.

May 2014:

  • Glagoslav Publications released Wolf Messing. The True Story of Russia’s Greatest Psychic by Tatiana Lungin, a biography and personal memoir of Wolf Messing that presents a revealing portrait of one of the greatest psychic performers.
  • Glagoslav signed a contract for publication of the book Visions – a compilation of stories written by Leonid Andreyev. The book is edited by Olga Andreyev Carlisle, the granddaughter of the writer.
  • Glagoslav Publications acquired rights for publication of Boris Minaev’s book Boris Yeltsin – The Decade that Shook the World.
  • Natalka Babina’s book Down Among the Fishes was reviewed by Bradley Gorski for World Literature Today.

April 2014:

  • Glagoslav released Zakhar Prilepin’s Sankya, a novel which was shortlisted for the Russian Booker in 2007 and won the Yasnaya Polyana Award and the Best Foreign Novel of the Year Award in China.
  • Glagoslav Publications attended the London Book Fair 2014 where together with Alexander Terekhov, Zakhar Prilepin and Pavel Basinsky, the authors of Glagoslav, met the readers to discuss Russian literature and its future in the context of world’s culture.
  • Within the framework of the celebration of Shevchenko’s 200th anniversary Peter Fedynsky, the translator of Kobzargave readings on Kobzar and his work on the translation in Chicago on 4 & 11 April.
  • Glagoslav Publications signed a book deal for the publication of Multiple Personalities written by Tatyana Scherbina.

March 2014:

  • Glagoslav Publications released an award-winning historical thriller The Stone Bridge by Alexander Terekhov.
  • Glagoslav published Herstories. An Anthology Of New Ukrainian Women Prose Writers – a one of a kind collection of stories written by contemporary female writers – modern, outspoken and active – that represent new independent Ukraine.
  • Glagoslav Publications participated at the Ukraine Day event that was held at The Paleis Het Loo (The Netherlands). The Ambassador of Ukraine to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Olexander Horin, was presented with a copy of Kobzar Gift edition, published by Glagoslav in October, 2013.
  • Within the framework of the celebration of Shevchenko’s 200th anniversary Peter Fedynsky, the translator of Kobzar, gave readings on Kobzar and his work on the translation at the Cambridge University and British Library.
  • Glagoslav Publications presented new inspiring Catalogue for 2014 with upcoming and already  published titles.

February 2014:

  • Glagoslav Publications released Andrei Tarkovsky – A Life On The Cross, a book by Lyudmila Boyadzhieva, a Russian writer, arts critic and sociologist.
  • Within the framework of the celebration of Shevchenko’s 200th anniversary Peter Fedynsky, the translator of Kobzar, participated at the Shevchenko event at the United Nations.
  • The Ukrainian American Club of Southwest Florida together with St. Andrew’s Religious and Cultural Centre organized a presentation of the first ever complete English translation of Taras Shevchenko’s Kobzar by Peter Fedynsky.

January 2014:

  • Hamid Ismailov, the author of A Poet And Bin-Laden, released by Glagoslav Publications in 2012, gave a public lecture organized by Cambridge Committee for Russian & East European Studies.
  • Serhiy Zhadan’s novel Depeche Mode was reviewed by Uilleam Blacker for the Times Literary Supplement.
  • Russia Beyond The Headlines published the podcast that features the first chapter of A Book Without Photographs by Sergei Shargunov, published by Glagoslav Publications in 2013.
December 2013:
  • Glagoslav Publications published Disunity, a book by Anatoly Kudryavitsky whom Joseph Brodsky once named the “Poet who voices the unspoken”.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement for the publication of the book “Children’s Fashion of the Russian Empire written by Alexander Vasiliev.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal for the publication of Zakhar Prilepin’s novel Sankya.

November 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases A Russian Story written by a famous Ukrainian writer Eugenia Kononenko.
  • Glagoslav Publications published Down Among The Fishes by a Belarusian writer and journalist Natalka Babina. The publication was supported by English PEN and Arts Council, England.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases two audiobooks: Sin by Zakhar Prilepin and The Time Of Women by Elena Chizhova.

October 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications participated in Frankfurt Book Fair 2013 and presented Anatoly Kudriavitsky’s DisUnity and Victor Erofeyev’s Good Stalin.
  • Glagoslav Publications published the first ever English translation of the complete Kobzar by Taras Shevchenko and presented this edition in the Ukrainian Institute of America, New York.
  • Dmitry Glukhovsky, author of METRO 2033, visited The Netherlands with his new book METRO 2034 tour.

September 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications signed a contract for publications of Dina Yafasova’s book Don’t Call Me A Victim!, Eugenia Kononenko’s A Russian Story, and Pavel Basinsky’s Leo Tolstoy: Flight From Paradise.

August 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases three new titles: A Book Without Photographs by Sergei Shargunov, The Battle of Sexes Russian Style by Nadezhda Ptushkina, and Watching the Russians (Dutch Edition) by Maria Konyukova.

July 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications launches the Russian Business Outlook magazine, a separate project focusing on business, entrepreneurship, developments and key-players in trade, commerce, finance and industry in Russia. The magazine provides invaluable insights, statistics, business prognoses and marketing analyses, as well as opinion pieces and reviews on innovations. The pilot edition is available online and in print.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with Oleg Chornohuz for the publication of his work The Remez Bog.
  • Glagoslav Publications launches Book Club Guide, a project that brings most interesting titles up for book club discussions.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with Anatoly Bilenko for the publication of his English translation of the collection of Ukrainian folktales.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal for the publication of Zinaida Tulub’s book The Exile, a novel about Taras Shevchenko, in English translation.

June 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications combines efforts with Princess Carina  Organization  for the promotion of The Olympic Games English Language Study Guide by Karina Bagration, PhD. The book is aimed at reaching a wider community of students and bringing awareness of the importance of sport in social integration.
  • Glagoslav Publications launches a new service – electronic production and distribution of titles by classic and contemporary fiction and non-fiction authors from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.

May 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publciations participates in a Dutch event Rusland op Zijn Best.
  • Glagoslav Publications is featured among student projects during Rotterdam Business School conference in Rotterdam.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with Rustam Ibrahimbekov for his novel Solar Plexus.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with Anatoly Kudriavitsky for his novels A Parade of Mirrors and Reflections and Shadowplay on a Sunless Day.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with Victor Yerofeev for his novel Good Stalin.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases the Dutch Edition of Leonid Andreyev’s The Grand Slam and other stories.
  • Glagoslav Publications starts subscription services.

April 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications attends the London Book Fair 2013.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases The Hawks of Peace. Notes of the Russian Ambassador by Dmitry Rogozin.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases Depeche Mode by Serhiy Zhadan.

March 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases a suspence novel Harlequin’s Costume by Leonid Yuzefovich.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with Russian publishing house Mann, Ivanov & Faber for the non-fiction title Elephant on the Dance Floor by Yevgeniy Karasyuk.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with Vladlen Loginov for his book Lenin. How to become a leader.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal for Tatyana Lungin’s book Wolf Messing: The True Story of Russia’s Greatest Psychic.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with Chris Hutchins and Alexander Korobko for PUTIN, a biography of the Russian President Vladimir Putin.

February 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases an award winning espionage thriller Moryak by the American author and historian Lee Mandel.

January 2013:

  • Glagoslav Publications released two novels: White Shanghai by Elvira Baryakina and Sarabande Sara’s Band by Larysa Denysenko.
  • In cooperation with Matrix Orange, Glagoslav Publications attends a cultural event ‘Ukrainians at Cote d’Azur’ in Nice, France where Glagoslav holds a presentation of Larysa Denysenko’s book Sarabande Sara’s Band and a Q&A talk with the author.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases its first audio book of the historical novel White Shanghai by Elvira Baryakina.

December 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications receives a translation grant from English PEN for the contemporary Belarusian novel The Town of Fish by Natalia Babina, translated from the Belarusian by James Dingley, to be published by Glagoslav  in August 2013.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases King Stakh’s Wild Hunt, an iconic classic novel by a Belarusian author Uladzimir Karatkevich.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with Lee Mandel, a US naval officer and military history researcher, for his novel Moryak.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases a unique memoir Andrei Tarkovsky: The Collector of Dreams by Layla Alexander-Garrett.

November 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications signs the book deal with Dmitry Rogozin,  Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and former Russian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to NATO for his political diary The Hawks of Peace.
  • Glagoslav Publications attends Moscow Non-Fiction Book Fair 2012.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs agreements for the following non-fiction titles:
    • A Book Without Photos by Sergei Shargunov (Russia);
    • Andrei Tarkovsky: Life on the Cross by Ludmila Boyadzhieva (Russia);
    • Heroes of the 90s. People and Money. The recent History of Capitalism in Russia by Alexander Solovev, Valeria Bashkirova and Vladislav Dorofeev (Russia);
    • Paradoxes of Growth. Global Laws of Human Development by Sergei Kapitsa (Russia).

October 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications exhibits books at Frankfurt Book Fair.
  • Glagoslav Publications starts production of audio books.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with Layla Alexader-Garrett for her memoir Andrei Tarkovsky – The Collector of Dreams.

September 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications launches a new interactive project Glagoslav Speakers.
  • Glagoslav Publications attends The Moscow International Book Fair.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases a reality novel A Poet and Bin-Laden written by a BBC correspondent and writer-in-residence Hamid Ismailov and supported by English PEN and Arts Council England.
  • Glagoslav Publications participates in the largest annual Dutch book fair Manuscripta.

August 2012:

  • To facilitate easy access to its titles for the academic audience in EU, Glagoslav Publications starts distribution through major general sales channels in Germany, Austria and Switzerland – Libri, KNV and Umbreit among others.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a cooperation agreement with Smith Publicity, one of the major PR companies in USA with offices in New York and London.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases The Vital Needs of the Dead by Igor Sakhnovsky.

July 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases Christened with Crosses, an autobiographical novel by Eduard Kochergin.
  • Glagoslav Publications is going green, making its titles available on all electronic reading platforms and present on Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and thousands other eBook distribution channels.

June 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications participates in Book Expo America in association with Academia Rossica under the umbrella of BEA’s Read Russia 2012 year.  Among hot items showcased during the expo are such award winning titles as Hardly Ever Otherwise by Maria Matios, Sin by Zakhar Prilepin, The Time of Women by Elena Chizhova. Glagoslav Publications’ publishing director talks to the international media about challenges and rewards of publishing Slavic literature in the English language.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with a Russian writer Elvira Baryakina for her romantic novel White Shanghai.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases a psychological thriller The Lost Button by a renown Ukrainian author Irene Rozdobudko.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases Metro 2033, a sci fi thriller by Dmitry Glukhovsky.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with FTM Agency for the work of an infamous Belorussian author,  journalist and screenwriter Ales Adamovich, and releases Adamovich’s classic war novel Khatyn in its unabridged original edition first time since the collapse of the Iron Curtain, marking the beginning of Glagoslav’s Belorussian collection.

May 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with the BBC’s writer-in-residence Hamid Ismailov for his documentary novel Poet and Bin Laden.
  • Glagoslav Book Club becomes active on Goodreads, LibraryThing with a branch underway on Shelfari.

April 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications releases Sin by Zakhar Prilepin, the winner of the prestigious Russian Super Natsbest  Prize and National Bestseller Prize.
  • Glagoslav Publications is successfully represented at London Book Fair with two bestselling titles The Time of Women by Elena Chizhova and Sin by Zakhar Prilepin. Author Zakhar Prilepin participates in discussions where he answers readers’ questions about his novel, history and current events in Russia. Glagoslav Publications’ publishing director Maxim Hodak is interviewed by Alice Lagnado of London’s The Voice of Russia, highlighting Glagoslav Publications’ aims on the English language book market.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with a Ukrainian author Serhii Zhadan for his novel Depeche Mode.
  • Glagoslav Publications releases a bestselling award winning novel Hardly Ever Otherwise by Ukrainian author Maria Matios.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with French-Ukrainian writer Michail Terestchenko for his biographical novel The First Oligarch.

March 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications attends an exclusive literary event Salon du Livre in Paris.
  •  Glagoslav Publications signs book deals with the following authors in the non-fiction category:
    • Lubov Bazan, History of Belarus (Belarus – the Netherlands);
    • Maria Konyukova, Watching The Russians Dutch Edition (Russia);

and the following authors of works of fiction:

    • Irene Rozdobudko, The Lost Button (Ukraine);
    • Larysa Denysenko, Saraband Sarah’s Band (Ukraine);
    • Oleg Pavlov, Asystole (Russia).

February 2012:

  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with the Ukrainian author Maria Matios for her award winning novel Hardly Ever Otherwise.

January 2012:

  • Official website of Glagoslav Publications is launched.
  • Glagoslav’s first book The Time of Women by an award winning Russian author Elena Chizhova is released, drawing attention of major news networks such as BBC and ABC (Australian National radio) and magazines worldwide.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal with a Russian author Igor  Sakhnovsky for his book The Vital Needs of the Dead.

December 2011:

  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with a famous Russian artist Eduard Kochergin for his autobiographic novel Christened with Crosses.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs business agreement with Ingram Book Company, one of the largest wholesale book distributors in the world.

November 2011:

  • Glagoslav Publications joins Independent Publishers Guild, becoming part of the global professional network and an international community of key players in the publishing industry.

October 2011:

  • Glagoslav Publications signs a book deal for Metro 2033 (Dutch Edition) by Russian science fiction writer Dmitri Glukhovsky, a worldwide celebrated bestselling author whose award winning sci-fi thriller was turned into a hard core video game of the same name by the international gaming company THQ.

September 2011:

  • Glagoslav Publications goes live with Stison Web Manager, becoming the first instance to make full use of Stison’s multi-lingual features.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with Russian writer Zakhar Prilepin for his prize winning novel Sin.

August 2011:

  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with the Russian prize winning author Alexander Terekhov for his historical thriller The Stone Bridge.

June 2011:

  • Glagoslav Publications signs an agreement with the Russian Booker Prize winner Elena Chizhova for her novel The Time of Women.
  • Glagoslav Publications signs IT development agreement with Stison Publishing Solutions.

May 2011:

  • Glagoslav Publications Ltd. is established as an independently held publishing house, incorporating diverse professional experience of the core staff and starting by signing book deals with award winning contemporary authors from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
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