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Oleg Woolf (1954-2011) was a Moldavian-Soviet writer. He trained as a physicist, and went on several geophysical expeditions in the former USSR. He was married to ; together they founded the bilingual press and its journal Cardinal Points. As a writer, Woolf wrote short stories, essays, and poetry, and he was regularly published in literary journals and anthologies. His books include: * Vesnoj My Uvidim Sosnova (We Will See Sosnov in Spring) (New York: Stosvet Press, 2010) * Bessarabskie marki (Bessarabian Stamps) (New Your: Stosvet Press, 2009), translated into English by Boris Dralyuk

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  • Oleg Woolf (1954-2011) was a Moldavian-Soviet writer. He trained as a physicist, and went on several geophysical expeditions in the former USSR. He was married to ; together they founded the bilingual press and its journal Cardinal Points. As a writer, Woolf wrote short stories, essays, and poetry, and he was regularly published in literary journals and anthologies. His books include: * Vesnoj My Uvidim Sosnova (We Will See Sosnov in Spring) (New York: Stosvet Press, 2010) * Bessarabskie marki (Bessarabian Stamps) (New Your: Stosvet Press, 2009), translated into English by Boris Dralyuk
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  • Oleg Woolf (1954-2011) was a Moldavian-Soviet writer. He trained as a physicist, and went on several geophysical expeditions in the former USSR. He was married to ; together they founded the bilingual press and its journal Cardinal Points. As a writer, Woolf wrote short stories, essays, and poetry, and he was regularly published in literary journals and anthologies. His books include: * Vesnoj My Uvidim Sosnova (We Will See Sosnov in Spring) (New York: Stosvet Press, 2010) * Bessarabskie marki (Bessarabian Stamps) (New Your: Stosvet Press, 2009), translated into English by Boris Dralyuk Woolf died in the US in 2011.
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