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Vladimir Ulanov

Vladimir Ulanov

Vladimir Ulanov
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From Russia Russia
Gender male
Birth 1 November 1946
Age 74 years
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Vladimir Ivanovich Ulanov (Russian: Владимир Иванович Уланов, born 1 November 1946, Altai Krai, USSR) is a Russian writer, journalist, member of the Russian Union of Writers and IFRW.

Chairman of the Board of Arkhangelsk "Regional Union of Writers Povazhe". Ulanov nominated for literary prizes "Heritage 2015" (for novel "Princely cross", " Writer of the Year 2013 ". Winner of two awards "Golden Pen of Russia", "Historical Heritage" in 2010 and "funny sign" in 2007. Nominated in the name of Sergey Yesenin Literary Prize "My Russia". Nominated for the award "Writer of year 2016".

Have 37 publications of books of Vladimir Ulanov.


In 1976 Ulanov began to publish him articles in local newspapers and national magazines in Novokuznetsk.

In 1983 work in Dushanbe (Tajikistan) with newspapers "Communist of Tajikistan", "Teacher", "Evening Dushanbe", "Komsomolets of Tajikistan." Prints his works in national magazines "Soviet School", "Pioneer", "Counselor," "School and Production", "Food", "worker". He started novel "Riot".

In 1986 published first Ulanov's book "Billboards and information on vocational guidance to students working trades".

Ulyanov after moving to city Velsk in Russia work with newspapers "Velsk-Info", "Velskie vesti", "Velskaya Week".

In 2002 published book "Riot" (in 2 parts), 2006 - novel "Temptation" and "Purification of time", 2008 - novel "Prince's cross".

15 November 2007 Vladimir Ulanov created "Regional Union of Writers Povazhe" in city Velsk. Start work almanac "Povazhe".

In 2008 Vladimir Ulanov began to be member of the Russian Union of Writers.

In 2016 Ulanov start create his books in Internet.


Collected Works in 6 volumes:

  • "Riot" (1 part). ISBN 978-5-91960-013-8.
  • "Riot" (2 part). ISBN 978-5-91960-009-1.
  • "Temptation". ISBN 978-5-91960-007-7.
  • "Princely cross". ISBN 978-5-91960-006-0.
  • "The Tragedy of King Boris". ISBN 978-5-91960-017-6.
  • "Sirius Mystery". ISBN 978-5-91960-012-1.


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