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Leningrad, journal

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LENINGRAD, throughout different periods several journals circulated in the city under this name.1) From 1922 until 1925 - a bi-weekly illustrated literary and political journal (until 1924 was called Petrograd), with the editorial office at 14 Sotsialisticheskaya Street. The journal published works of Аlexander Grin, Sergey Esenin, N. А. Klyuev, М. А. Kuzmin, Osip Mandelstam, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Boris Pasternak, Fedor Sologub, Alexey Tolstoy, N. S. Tikhonov et al. The art section was represented by I. Y. Bilibin, Iosif Brodsky, B. M. Kustodiev, K. А. Somov et al. 2) A monthly literary and socio-political journal, in 1930-32 published at the State Khudozhestvennaya Literatura Publishing-house; in 1933-41 at the Literaturny Sovremennik publishing house. The editorial office was located at the House of Books. The editorial board throughout different times was comprised of А. А. Prokofyev, Mikhail Zoshchenko, Y. N. Tynyanov, M. E. Kozakov et al. The journal published works of Olga Berggolts, Y. P. German, S. M. Gorodetsky, Maxim Gorky, Nikolay Zabolotsky, Mikhail Zoshchenko, Veniamin Kaverin (Two Captains), Kozakov, Alexander Kuprin, А. P. Chapygin, Yury Tynyanov, V. М. Sayanov, Olga Forsh, N. K. Chukovsky, Е. L. Schwarz, V. S. Shefner, V. Y. Shishkov (Emelyan Pugachev) et al.; the literary critical reviews section was represented among others by works of B. M. Eichenbaum, B. G. Reizov, B. S. Meylakh 3) A bi-weekly literary journal, from 1940-46 circulating as an organ of the Leningrad Regional Union of Writers of the the USSR. The successor of the Rezets, (1924-39, the journal came out bi-weekly and weekly; initially was published as the supplement to the Krasnaya Gazeta from 1935 as an organ of the Leningrad Regional Union of Writers of the USSR; it accepted contributions from amateur proletarian authors, subsequently those of prominent writers and critics; the editorial office was situated at the Avenue of 25 October, today 1 Nevsky Prospect, at 76 Fontanka River Embankment, 76 and other locations). Until 1942 S. L. Gorsky held the post of editor-in-chief, afterwards - V. М. Sayanov, from late 1944 - B. М. Likharev, with the editorial office relocated to 18 Voinova (today Shpalernaya) Street. The Leningrad published mainly works of Leningrad writers; however also translated works, memoirs, critical reviews, literary research etc. In August 1946 it was closed down by the resolution of the Organisation Bureau of the All-Union Communist Party (of Bolsheviks) Central Committee On journals Zvezda and Leningrad (countermanded in October 1988) for the lack idea and publication of sapless, low-grade literary material, in particular works of Anna Akhmatova, Mihkail Zoshchenko, М. L. Slonimsky et al.

D. N. Cherdakov.

Akhmatova Anna Andreevna
Bergholz Olga Fedorovna
Bilibin Ivan Yakovlevich
Brodsky Isaak Izrailevich
Chapygin Alexey Pavlovich
Chukovsky Nikolay Korneevich
Eichenbaum Boris Mikhailovich
Esenin Sergey Alexandrovich
Forsh Olga Dmitrievna
German Yury Pavlovich
Gorky Maxim (Alexey Maximovich Peshkov)
Gorodetsky Sergey Mitrofanovich
Gorsky S.L.
Grin Alexander Stepanovich
Kaverin Veniamin Alexandrovich
Klyuev Nikolay Alexeevich
Kozakov Mikhail Emmanuilovich
Kuprin Alexander Ivanovich
Kuzmin Mikhail Alexeevich
Likharev Boris Mikhailovich
Mandelstam Osip Emilievich
Mayakovsky Vladimir Vladimirovich
Meylakh Boris Solomonovich
Pasternak Boris Leonidovich
Prokofiev Alexander Andreevich
Reizov Boris Grigorievich
Sayanov Vissarion Mikhailovich
Schwarz Evgeny Lvovich
Shefner Vadim Sergeevich
Shishkov Alexander Semenovich
Slonimsky Mikhail Leonidovich
Sologub Fedor (real name Teternikov Fedor Kuzmich)
Somov Konstantin Andreevich
Tikhonov Nikolay Semenovich
Tolstoy Alexey Konstantinovich, Count
Tynyanov Yury Nikolaevich
Zabolotsky Nikolay Alexeevich
Zoschenko Mikhail Mikhailovich

Fontanka River Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city, house 76
Nevsky prospect/Saint Petersburg, city, house 1
Shpalernaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 18
Sotsialisticheskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 14

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