KALETSKI, Alexander. Russian, b. 1946. Genres: Novels. Career: Actor, musician, educator, artist, and author. Actor in films, theater, and television, Moscow, Soviet Union, 1965-69; songwriter, musician, and language instructor, United States, 1975-77; fabric designer, NYC, 1977-83; artist-illustrator, NYC, 1975-85; art exhibitions, 19852002; writer. Publications: Metro: A Novel of the Moscow Underground, 1985; Darkness of Light (novel), 2002. Address: 334 E 73rd St No 4C, New York, NY 10021, U.S.A.
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