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Russian Cultural Center (Rossotrudnichestvo) in Moscow hosts best-selling American author and cultural activist, M.G. Crisci.

(MOSCOW, October) For the first time ever, an American citizen with a passion for improving nonpolitical communications between his native land and the new Russian Federation, sat down face-toface
with a senior Russian cultural official to discuss how and why ordinary citizens can act as catalysts.

During the meeting the author discussed his unusual journey from businessman to a celebrated author of two popular books about Russia then and now. The author also explained how those books had
unexpectedly morphed into a library of multi-media presentations that have made stops at embassies in Moscow, Washington D.C., and at the United Nations’ Book Club in New York, among other locations.

“People kept asking me the same thing about my sixth book (the best-selling Call Sign, White Lily). Why would an American, with no Russian ancestry, choose to spend three years of his life writing a book about Lilia Litvyak, the world’s most successful female flying ace, Moscow teenager, Lilia Litvyak, who ironically has been lost in time to all but a few Russians?”

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DATE: Nov.25.2013 | CATEGORY: | COMMENTS: 0