Oleg Pavlov

Pavlov was born in Moscow in 1970. He served in Karaganda as a prison guard. After leaving the army at the age of twenty, diagnosed for with ‘mental instability’, he went on to study at the Institute of Literature in Moscow. He published his first novel at the age of twenty-four. Working as a literary critic he continued to publish novels, short stories as well as essays. Pavlov has passed away in 2018.

Awards: 2017 Angelus Award
2012 Solzhenitsyn Prize
2009 Znamya Award
2002 Russian Booker Prize
2002 Znamya Award

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