Esquire Releases Literary Issue

In the new Esquire literary issue, read an excerpt from Truman Capote’s final novel – written under the influence and never before published in Russia, as well as stories by Yevgeny Vodolazkin about growing up and death, by Chuck Palahniuk about dissimulation and ghosts, by Vladimir Sorokin about sex and war, by Anna Kozlova about a teacher and bad poems, by Sasha Filipenko about dogs in the government, by Azamat Gabuyev about young women behind glass, by Paolo Sorrentino about the measured life, and an experimental story by Jonathan Littell.

Also, readers will find an essay by Eduard Limonov on dwarfs and Salvador Dali, Frederic Beigbeder’s column on the legacy of Valery Pecheykin’s play “Philosophers, or the Great Orgy.”