Sergei Aman

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Sergei Aman (Russian: Сергей Аманович Хуммедов, born 12 Febriary 1957) is a Russian writer and journalist.

Sergei Aman
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BornSergei Amanovich Hummedov
(1957-02-12) 12 February 1957 (age 62)
Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Occupationwriter, novelist, journalist
LanguageRussian
Period1997 – present
Notable worksJournalists (novel);
Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die! (novel)

Sergei Aman was born in former Soviet Union in Turkmenia. He graduated the Moscow State University in 1985.[1]

In 1995 Sergei Aman became a journalist of the daily "Moskovskij Komsomolets". Also he worked in "Vechernyaya Moskva", "Stupeni", "The New Medical Gazette", magazine "Auto M".[2][3]

The most famous book of Sergei Aman is "Journalists" (novel). He published this novel in 2013.[3][4] In 2018 Sergei Aman published the novel "Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die!"[5][6]

References[change | change source]

  1. Лев Аннинский «Совсем другая история», Изба-читальня, 2014 г.
  2. Анатолий Макаров "Диалог ума и сердца", «Радио Культура», 19 октября 2013 г.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Андрей Гусев «Журналистика, киты и любовь», «Эхо Москвы», 6 июля 2013 г.
  4. Лев Аннинский «Красавчики и чудовища», газета «Труд», 13 Сентября 2013 г.
  5. Аман С. «Всё будет хорошо, мы все умрём!» (“Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die!”), эротическо-героический эпос. — М.: ИД «Флюид ФриФлай», 2018. — ISBN 978-5-906827-70-8
  6. Андрей Гусев «Хорошо, что книги не умирают», Проза.ру, 2018 г.

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