Marina Sonkina

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Marina Sonkina was born in Moscow in the former Soviet Union. She was a Professor of Russian Literature at Moscow State University until her emigration to Canada in 1987. She lived in Toronto, then in Montreal where she worked as a CBC producer and broadcaster. While in the Soviet Union, Sonkina published articles, poetry, and short stories in Russian. Now living in Vancouver, she divides her time between teaching at Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia, and writing.


Books by Marina Sonkina

2008
Tractorina's Travels and Other Stories (short stories)
2008
The Violin That Wanted to See the World (children)
2009
Runic Alphabet and Other Stories (short stories)
2009
Snail Gail and the Stone Man (children)
2011
Lucia's Eyes and Other Stories
2012
Comrade Stalin's Baby Tooth
 
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Added 12 December 2009.
Updated 22 June 2013.