Writer and journalist.
Since the early 2000s Dmitry Bykov has worked on radio and television. He hosted shows on Yunost, Kommersant FM and City FM radio stations, participated in TV projects on Channel 5, Dozhd TV and Nostalgia TV. Currently Dmitry Lvovich Bykov teaches history of world literature in the Russian Academy of Public Economy and Civil Service, and Russian literature at Golden Ratio School.
Dmitry Bykov is a Russian writer and journalist. Mr. Bykov was born in 1967 in Moscow. His literary debut took place in 1992, when he published his collection of poems under the title "The Declaration of Independence". Subsequently, he published other books of poetry: "A Message to a Young Man" and "A Military Coup". In 2001 he published his first novel, "Not Guilty". Today his bibliography of popular titles includes "The Evacuator", "Written Off", "Orthography", and "The Letter X".