Sergey Kuznetsov
 
Sergey Kuznetsov’s writings include a monograph on Joseph Brodsky’s poetics, translations of Stephen King and Susan Sontag, and the novel The Circle Dance of Water, a family saga shortlisted for the 2011 Big Book Award. Kuznetsov’s fiction also includes a mystery trilogy The Nineties: A Fairy Tale;  The Butterfly Skin, a literary thriller about a serial killer, PG 21, a futuristic novel (with Linor Goralik; and - latest - The Alive and the Adults - an alternative reality fantasy for young adults . Kuznetsov, who has been writing for the Internet since the mid-1990s, founded Sergey Kuznetsov Content Group in 2003 to work on journalism and social media projects, the most prominent of which is Buknik, a site focused on Jewish culture.
 

 



Sergey Kuznetsov
 
Sergey Kuznetsov’s writings include a monograph on Joseph Brodsky’s poetics, translations of Stephen King and Susan Sontag, and the novel The Circle Dance of Water, a family saga shortlisted for the 2011 Big Book Award. Kuznetsov’s fiction also includes a mystery trilogy The Nineties: A Fairy Tale;  The Butterfly Skin, a literary thriller about a serial killer, PG 21, a futuristic novel (with Linor Goralik; and - latest - The Alive and the Adults - an alternative reality fantasy for young adults . Kuznetsov, who has been writing for the Internet since the mid-1990s, founded Sergey Kuznetsov Content Group in 2003 to work on journalism and social media projects, the most prominent of which is Buknik, a site focused on Jewish culture.