Olga Voronina, Associate Professor of Russian Bard College, holds a Ph. D. in Slavic Languages and Literatures fromvHarvard University and a M. A. from the Herzen Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg. A former Deputy Director of the Nabokov Museum in St. Petersburg, she has co-edited and co-translated, with Brian Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov’s "Letters to Véra" (Penguin Classics, 2014; Knopf, 2015; Adelphi, 2015; Shanghai 99, 2015; Rowohlt, 2017; Fayard 2017; Azbooka, 2017), as well as published papers and articles on Soviet literature of the Cold War, Post-Soviet transformation of Russian literary canon, and Nabokov's art and metaphysics. In 2005, Dr. Voronina co-edited and contributed a chapter on Post-Soviet children's literature to the volume on contemporary Russian literature published as a textbook for universities and colleges by Academia in Moscow "Sovremennaia russkaia literatura (1990-e gody—nachalo XXI veka)", editers S. Timina, V. Vasiliev, O. Voronina (second edition: 2011). In 2019, The Companion to Soviet Children's Literature and Film that she edited, came out (Leiden and Boston: Brill).