Dmitry Bykov

Dmitry Bykov

Publicist writer, poet
Date of Birth: 20.12.1967
Country: Israel

  1. Biography of Dmitry Bykov
  2. He wrote an ode to the return of Chubais to power in 1996.

Biography of Dmitry Bykov

Dmitry Bykov is a writer, poet, publicist, and the host of the program "Vremechko". He is also a creative editor at the newspaper "Sobesednik". He was born on December 20, 1967 in Moscow. His mother was a Russian language and literature teacher. Despite his appearance, he bears his mother's surname (At my appearance, I could have taken any surname, even Petrov. My father's surname was Zilbeltrud, I do not hide this... My father did not live with his family, and I bear my mother's surname because I am proud of my mother, who raised me alone).

Bykov graduated from the Department of Journalism at Moscow State University, specializing in literary criticism. After graduating, he served in the military. Since 1985, he has been working at the weekly newspaper "Sobesednik", where he has held positions as a columnist and editor of the newspaper department.

He was a member of the Order of Courteous Mannerists, and since 2000, he has been the creative editor of "Sobesednik". Bykov has collaborated or been published in almost all weekly newspapers in Moscow, as well as several daily newspapers. He regularly contributes to "Ogonek", "Vecherny Club", "Stolitsa" (from 1990 to 1993), "Obshaya Gazeta", "Semi Dnei" (as a leading columnist), "Novaya Gazeta", "Fase", and "Profil". Since 2000, he has been the host of the program "Vremechko" on TVC channel. Since 2000, he has also been the author and host of the weekly political program "Horosho, Bykov" on TVC channel.

From December 2002 to June 2003, Bykov served as the deputy editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Konservator" (with Dmitry Olshansky as the editor-in-chief). In February 2000, he was beaten by unknown assailants, and he believes they were sectarians.

From October 2003 to May 2004, he was the editor of the "Culture" section at the magazine "Ogonek", and since May 2004, he has been the editor of the "Society" section at the same magazine. Since April 2007, he has been a columnist for the magazine "Russkaya Zhizn'" (publisher - Nikolay Levichev, editor-in-chief - D. Olshansky).

Bykov is a poet and the author of four poetry collections. He has also written a poem titled "Version" (Imagine that it didn't happen. Petrograd is taken by Kornilov (or perhaps Yudenich). And the wheel turns back. Although the ruins cannot be erased).

He wrote an ode to the return of Chubais to power in 1996.

Bykov is the author of numerous novels. He has also written a textbook on "Alternative Zoology" titled "In the World of Little Animals".

In a review of A.I. Solzhenitsyn's book "200 Years Together", Bykov stated that it is about how Jews make Russian history not with Russians, but instead of them.