PUSHKIN HOUSE ANNOUNCES SHORTLIST FOR ITS 10TH PUSHKIN HOUSE BOOK PRIZE
Titles on this year’s Pushkin House Book Prize shortlist provide insight into cultural life under Stalinism, Soviet family history, climate change, health and life on the Russia-China border as well as the background to the war in Ukraine. The tenth anniversary year of the Prize takes place at a time of seismic shifts that have changed attitudes in and towards Russia. To mark the decade of the Prize, and recognising the importance of the valuable insights that research and scholars offer into the Russian speaking world at this pivotal moment, the judges have exceptionally shortlisted ten books rather than the usual six.
Rory Hutton x Pushkin House for Ukraine
The profits raised from sales of these items benefit humanitarian charity projects and creatives in Ukraine.
Limited Edition Print
70% of proceeds from the sale of each poster will be donated to Disaster Emergency Committee's Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. The charity supports people displaced by the war by providing essential goods, healthcare and protection.