ELKOST Intl. Literary Agency manages world publishing rights in ALL TITLES by Ludmila Ulitskaya
Людмила Улицкая (Россия), Ljudmila Ulitzkaja (Germany); Ludmila Oulitskaia (France); Ludmila Ulitskaya (England, USA, Spain); Ljudmila Ulickaja (Italy, Hungary); Ljudmila Ulitskaja (Finland, Denmark, Norway); Ljoedmila Oelitskaja (The Netherlands); Liudmila Ulickaja (Lithuania)
Ludmila Ulitskaya was born in 1943 in the Urals. After the graduation from Moscow University with a Degree of Master in Biology, she worked in the Institute of Genetics as a scientist. Shortly before perestroika (1979/1982) she became Repertory Director of the Hebrew Theatre of Moscow, and a scriptwriter.
She is an author of thirteen fiction books, of three tales for children and of six plays staged by a number of theaters in Russia and in Germany.
Ludmila Ulitskaya can be defined as one of the most profound and far-reaching writers of the contemporary Russian horizon.
Ludmila Ulitskaya is the winner of:
- Park Kyung-ni International Literary Award (2012, South Korea),
- Russian Booker of the Decade nominee (2011, for Daniel Stein, Interpreter),
- Oleg Tabakov Prize (2011, Russia, for "Imago");
- Prix Simone de Beauvoir pour la liberté des femmes (2011, France);
- Gran Premio delle Lettrici ELLE (Nov. 2010, Italy);
- Premio Bauer/Ca’Foscari (2010, Italy);
- GLOBE yearly prize of The Znamya monthly literature magazine (2010, Russia, together with Mikhail Khodorkovsky for 'Dialogues with Ludmila Ulitskaya');
- Man Booker International Prize nominee (2009);
- Budapest Grand Prix (2009, Hungary);
- Father Alexander Men's Award (2008, Germany-Russia, for "Daniel Stein, Translator");
- Grinzane Cavour Literary Award (2008, Italy, for "Sincerely Yours, Shurik");
- National Literary Prize BIG BOOK (2007, Russia, for "Daniel Stein, Translator");
- Best Stage Play Award 2006 conferred by Moscow Culture Committee for the "Year of White Elephant" (2007, Russia);
- National Olympia Prize of Russian Academy of Business (2007, Russia);
- Penne Prize (2006, Italy, for "Kukotsky Case");
- Venetz (Crown) Literary Prize (Russia, 2006)
- Book of the Year Literary Prize (Russia, 2005, "for All Our Lord's Men")
- National Literature Prize (2005, China, for "Sincerely yours, Shurik");
- Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Ordre des Arts et Lettres) (France, 2004)
- Best writer of the Year Prize (2004, Russia);
- Novel of the Year Prize (2004, Russia, for "Sincerely yours, Shurik");
- Knight of the Order of Academic Palms (Ordre des Palmes académiques) (France, 2003);
- Russian Booker Prize (2001, Russia, for "Kukotsky Case");
- Literature Prize Giuseppe Acerbi (1998, Italy, for "Sonechka");
- Penne Prize (1997, Italy);
- Prix Médicis (1996, France, for "Sonechka").