To listen to a BBC History Magazine podcast of Orlando Figes talking about Just Send Me Word click here.
Orlando Figes will be appearing at the following events:
For a video of Orlando Figes speaking about Just Send Me Word at the 5x15 Event click here.
For a video interview with Orlando Figes about Just Send Me Word click here.
For a podcast of the National Theatre event with Alex Jennings and Jacqueline Defferary reading Lev and Svetlana's letters from Just Send Me Word click here.
Just Send Me Word has been published in Germany with the title Schick einen Gruß, zuweilen durch die Sterne: Eine Geschichte von Liebe und Überleben in Zeiten des Terrors. To purchase it click here.
Just Send Me Word has been published in France with the title Les amants du Goulag. To purchase it click here.
Just Send Me Word has been published in the Netherlands with the title Schrijf je me. Here is some of the coverage, including an extended tv interview with Orlando Figes about the book:janstevens.be, geschiedenis.nl, lezentv
Just Send Me Word has been published in Poland with the title POŚLIJ CHOCIAŻ SŁOWO Opowieść o miłości i przetrwaniu w Gułagu. Here is some of the coverage in Polish: ksiazki-recenzja, Recenzje powieści, polityka.pl
Crimea will be published in Spain and Turkey in the coming year.
The Whisperers will be published in Korea in 2011.
Orlando Figes will be making the following appearances in the first half of 2011:
The Whisperers will be published in China by the Beijing BBT Publishing Consulting Company Ltd. It is the first Communist country to publish the book.
Orlando Figes's new book, Crimea: The Last Crusade, was published by Allen Lane (in the U.K.) and Metropolitan (in the U.S.) in the autumn of 2010.
Natasha's Dance has been awarded the prestigious Przeglad Wschodni Award (Poland).
To read an interview with Orklando Figes in Italian click here.
To read an interview with Orlando Figes in L'Express (in French) click here.
To read an interview with Orlando Figes in Snob (in Russian) click here.
To hear a podcast by Orlando Figes on 'The Politics of Russian History' for the New York Review of Books click here. In the April 30 issue of the New York Review there is a piece by Orlando Figes on Jonathan Brent's book Inside Stalin's Archives in which he discusses the politics of Soviet history and memory in Russia today. Click here to read it.
Memorial in St Petersburg has won a legal victory, and its archives have been safely returned by the police. For the latest information click here.
Click here to read an article by Orlando Figes on the raid on Memorial St Petersburg.
For more information on the raid on Memorial St Petersburg click here.
For the latest information on the prosecution of Memorial click here.
To listen to an interview (in German) with Orlando Figes on German national radio click here.
There is also a German radio feature on the project (in German) here.
Click here to read an interview with Orlando Figes in Der Spiegel.
Click here to read an interview with Orlando Figes in Die Welt.
And click here for an interview with Figes about Solzhenitsyn in Der Stern.
There is also an interview with Orlando Figes in the Austrian newspaper Die Presse.
To read Jorg Baberowski's article on The Whisperers in Die Zeit click here.
The Spanish newspaper El Pais ran a major feature on the project. To read the article click here.
To listen to an interview about the project with Orlando Figes on the On Point show on Wbur radio click here.
To listen to another interview with Orlando Figes on the Weekend Edition Saturday on NPR radio click here.
Click here to read an article about the project by Orlando Figes 'Private Life in Stalin's Russia: Family Narratives, Memory and Oral History' which was published in the Spring 2008 edition of History Workshop Journal.
Orlando Figes has written on the Russian elections in the New Statesman.
See 'Tolstoy's Real Hero' in the New York Review of Books for Figes's review of Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky's translation of Leo Tolstoy's, War and Peace.
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