Uflyand Vladimir I.( Writer, poet.)
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Biography Uflyand Vladimir I.
Born in 1937 in Leningrad.
He was evacuated to Nizhni Tagil, then graduated from high school in Leningrad, he worked at the plant, served in the Army in the vicinity Pechengi. He studied two years at the history department of the Leningrad University, once worked in different places: a fireman, a stagehand, working Hermitage, the workers at the Geographical Society, etc.
. In the Hermitage in 1964, along with Mikhail Shemyakin, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Oleg Lyagachevym and Valery Kravchenko participated in the first in the world banned the exhibition of artists working-Hermitage.
. The first book of poems "Lyrics" was published in the United States in the publishing house "Ardis" in 1978
. In Russia, published three books of poetry: "of poetry," St. Petersburg 1993, "Selected Texts", Moscow, 1995, "rhymed ordered texts", St. Petersburg, "Blitz", 1997.
. In addition, he wrote poems for children, and children's theater: The magazine "Fire" from 1968 to 1976, lyrics to the libretto of "The Wizard of Oz," to the libretto based on the book about Korczak Matiushe, the libretto "Aibolit in Petrograd," etc.
. He wrote poems for an adult musical theater, film, TV and transferred to duplicate movies.
. Still lives in St. Petersburg, is the Russian PENklube and the Writers' Union of St. Petersburg.
. Supplement to the bibliography:
. - Details anticipation "prose, Paris, Amga, 1990
. - Publication of poems in magazines: Echo, Paris, "Continent", Paris (75-89 gg.) "Star", St. Petersburg, "Banner", Moscow (1999). Prose and poems in anthologies Petropol, St. Petersburg, "Panorama", Los Angeles, in the Russian newspapers of USA, France and Russia.
. Systematists is referred to the author of "philological school" (magazine "Literary Review") or otherwise to the "Circle of Mikhail Krasilnikov (anthology of samizdat" Results of the century "), together with Sergei Kulle (1936-1984), . Kondratov Alexander (1937-1993), . Mikhail Eremin, . Leonid Vinogradov, . Lev Losev.,