Nik Perumov – Ring of Darkness

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Turkish rights for the series (3 volumes) sold to Dogan Egmont

Nik Perumov started as a fantasy fan translating Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings into Russian in the early 1980s which was the start to a Tolkien-mania in Russia. In the early 1990ies he published his own first fantasy series RING OF DARKNESS which provoked a controversy in the Tolkien fandom but established his fame as the most successful Russian fantasy author with more than 12 Mio copies sold in total.

Anna Nikitina – Land of the Living

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fantasy series based on Egyptian mythology

The Empire’s capital is struck by the news of Heir Prince Khefer’s sudden death. And once again the heavy footsteps of Father of War echo at Taur-Duat’s borders. And Emperor Sekenef must choose a new heir between his two children remaining in the LAND OF THE LIVING. But who can accept an unbearable burden of power from his weakening hands? Would it be young warlike prince Renef, eager and willing to avenge his brother’s death, or princess Aniret whose wisdom belies her years?

The setting of Anna Nikitina’s series in 3 volumes reflects an Ancient Egyptian concept of a non-direct, only partial personification of the deities, who are quite real and influence the lives and decisions of the characters, but not through direct interference – rather through the signs, mystical phenomena, and through the actions of the mortals.

Anna Nikitina was born in Moscow and later on moved to New York. She graduated from St. John’s University and holds a an MBA in Public Accounting.

English sample available (50 pages).

Leonid Yuzefovich – Winter Road

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Latvian rights sold to EklektikaE

By using this hardly known episode of the very last battle of the Russian Revolution in his twice award-winning narrative non-fiction book, Yuzefovich is able to portray deeper human motives: the love, passion and individual suffering that are buried in the ideology are revealed and the characters shown to be both oppressor and victim. In the end each individual is responsible for the Russian tragedy.

5 languages sold so far: Bulgarian, French, Polish, Serbian, Latvian

Max Maximov – Gate to Heaven

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sci-fi and the morality of algorithms

The agency is proud to present MAX MAXIMOV, the new star of Russian science fiction delivered in the best tradition of the Strugatski brothers. After a long predominance of purely entertaining genre literature such as fantasy, horror or post-apocalypse, in Russia his books are seen as an original revival of philosophical science fiction. They are also timely parables exploring guilt and innocence, hell and paradise, life and spirit, nothingness and the morality of algorithms.

5 novels so far, 3 available in full English:
GATE TO HEAVEN – an innocent girl and a care robot in a novel about consciousness, the soul and AI
TO MARS! – simulacra and theories about space and time; in the spirit of „Atlas Shrugged“ by Ayn Rand
GOOD MAN – a hero with Down’s syndrome in a novel about the two faces of good and evil and the one-dimensionality of our view on the world

«It’s a synthesis of fiction, an attack on post-modernism and the energy of experiment.»
LIVELIB Reviewer

Maximov has 3.14m YouTube followers and 100,000 downloads of his novels per year.

Olga Pogodina-Kuzmina – Uranium

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The agency is proud to represent Olga Pogodina-Kuzmina, renowned author and multiple award winning screenwriter, with her recent novel: URANIUM.

1953, year of Stalin’s death. Soviet Estonia. The secret site, Combinat No. 7, is intended to ensure the uninterrupted supply of uranium for the Soviet nuclear project. A number of mysterious deaths suddenly puts everything in a different light. The external investigator sent from Leningrad encounters communist leaders engaging in cult and religious-orthodox occult practices, hypnosis and manipulation, sex and violence. The murders are brutal clues to who is really related to whom and how.

Like an exciting Netflix series, the plot of this historical novel, which is also a spy thriller, is told horizontally from the different perspectives. The novel is based on the memories of residents of the closed city of Sillamäe, as well as documentary materials and some reports cited in original from recently released CIA archives.

“Nothing less than the exciting experience of fully immersing yourself into history, its reconstruction illuminating the mentalities of the time, but also trying to understand many of the central contradictions of that time.“ LITERATURNAYA GAZETA

Anna Matveeva – The Dyatlov Pass


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Polish edition published by Kobiece

This is the fifth edition in a foreign language of Anna Matveeva’s novel THE DYATLOV PASS, dedicated to the true story of a group of young students who died under mysterious circumstances as ski tourists on the Dyatlov Pass in the northern Ural mountains in 1959.

Foreign languages so far: Chinese, Czech, French, Latvian, Polish

Aleksandr Fuflygin – God’s Plan

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God’s Plan. Interpretation of the Truth.

With this new title Wiedling Literary Agency is broadening its range of BODY, MIND & SPIRIT towards the topic of world religions. Aleksandr Fuflygin is another representative of those Russian thinkers whose creativity as free spirits is fed precisely by the fact that they remain rooted in their own tradition.

The task that the author has set himself in his book GOD’S PLAN is a bold one: to provide a reading with which all the mysteries of the Bible can be solved in a comprehensible way. Moreover, his attempt to prove that the Bible formulates a consistent plan of God should not contradict the latest scientific findings. There are no ‘blank spots’ in his interpretation of the Bible.

Fuflygin’s description of one single great plan of God, which in the end even seems to coincide with the wisdom of Buddhism, contributes to a reconciliation of the world religions as well as to a reconciliation of faith and science.

Oleg Zaionchkovski – Happiness is Possible

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Spanish edition published by meettok

““Artlessness is the defining aspect of Zaionchkovsky’s diction: the absolute harmony of style and dramatic development seems to be entirely natural, it “happens” to the author in the same way as various events constantly happen to his character.“


Grigori Kanovich – Devilspel

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DEVILSPEL in English translation has won the EBRD Literature Prize

Congratulations to author and translator!
Grigori Kanovich’s novel DEVILSPEL is the winner of the 2020 EBRD Literature Prize by the London-based European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD).

«Devilspel is a moving and elegant novel of fine character portraits, told in restrained but beautiful prose, set in a small town in Lithuania at a watershed moment of history, when ethnic cleansing and the Holocaust enter the lives of the local Jews and non-Jews alike, dividing neighbours and families into persecuted and persecutors.» ROSIE GOLDSMITH, Chair of the Judges