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Sergei Lukyanenko to Prevent Publishing of Ukrainian Authors in Russia
25.02.2014 21:59
Sergei Lukyanenko to Prevent Publishing of Ukrainian Authors in Russia

The popular Russian fiction writer Sergei Lukyanenko has forbidden translating his books into Ukrainian.

      He stated it in his blog along with picking to pieces those Ukrainian sci-fi writers who have supported the Euromaidan.

      “From now on I do not go to Ukraine, I do not participate in Ukrainian conventions, and I forbid translating my books into Ukrainian” - Sergei Lukyanenko wrote with a reference to the Maidan events.

      Besides, Mr. Lukyanenko addressed Ukrainian science fiction writers, without naming them though. According to him, the addressees know whom he means. “Glorify Maidan fighters and bring them pie parcels, you half-wits. But if some of the literature “personas” that glorify Maidan and write in Russian and are published in Russia, want to appear on Russian conventions - I will be against it”, - the man of letters pointed out. Besides, he declared that he would make every effort to prevent their publication in the Russian Federation.

      The writer advised to all “normal Ukrainians” to move to Russia or Belarus, since Ukraine is from now on “a cursed land that will pay the penalty of its meanness and cowardice for three generations”.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sergei Lukyanenko Russian Literature Ukraine   

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