Masha Mokeeva – Postcrossing

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Postcrossing. The book about all secrets (non-fiction)

The world‘s first postcrossing book!

After opening her own postcard shop in Moscow, after starting a blog and a podcast, Masha Mokeeva has now written an easy to read book with inspirational stories about the favorite hobby, walks into the postal past, practical advice and conversations with experts about the POSTCROSSING phenomen. The Postcrossing project was created in 2005 to connect people across the world through postcards, independently of their country, age, gender, race or beliefs. There are 800.000 members in over 200 countries, and over 57 MIO postcards sent until today.

Listen to Masha Mokeeva talking about her book in a very short youtube clip (switch on English subtitles)

Listen to a 30 minutes interview with Masha Mokeeva in English by US journalist Frank Roche.

Leonid Yuzefovich – Sovereign of the Steppe. Baron Ungern-Sternberg

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Estonian language rights sold to Postimees

The revised edition of Leonid Yuzefovich’s biography on  BARON UNGERN-STERNBERG will be the basis for the Estonian translation. This carefully revised and extended version is, moulding an amalgamation of unknown archive material, revealed only recently and not available to historians and journalists in the West, into a book which reads like an historical detective story.

Baron Ungern von Sternberg was a Czarist officer stationed in Siberia. After the Revolution he found himself back in the ranks of the White Army which had been formed in opposition to the Bolsheviks. For a short time in 1920 this was where the converted Buddhist Baron was able to set up his own autocratic empire. His reckless endeavours were inspired by his vision of bringing Ghingis Khan’s Golden Horde back to life. In the end, however, the Bolsheviks managed to defeat his cavalier army too.

Ivan Bunin – poems

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Spanish rights for selected poems sold to Ediciones Sigueme

The Spanish publisher is planning a selected choice of poems by first Russian Nobel Prize Winner Ivan Bunin for a bilingual anthology.