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"Veshchy Gamayun" ("Prophetic Gamayun"), a magazine

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"Veshchy Gamayun" ("Prophetic Gamayun")(Tikhvin Town), a social,political, literary,artistic,historic and regional oblast magazine. Constitutor is «Editorial Staff-Publishing House of Enterprise “Gamayun”» Ltd. From 1999 to 2002 five issues came out. Magazine has a circulation 1,5–2 thousand . At present no issues are coming out due to lack of funds. Distribution region is the Leningrad Oblast. The background of "Veshchy Gamayun" ("Prophetic Gamayun") is connected with magazine «Tikhvinets», published at the beginning of the 1990s by editorial staff of the newspaper "Vestnik"( Tikhvin Town). The editor of «Tikhvinets» A.P.Zavgorodny became the first editor of "Veshchy Gamayun" in 1999, then the magazine was edited by A.V.Strelchenko and V.A.Stulov. The magazine was named after a prophetic bird of Russian folklore Gamayun, a symbol of wisdom and knowledge which was able to tell the truth about the past, present and future. Main historic and regional columns : «From the Depth of the Past», «Our Region», «The History of Gamayun», «The Images of the 20 th Century». Magazine published materials about the culture and beliefs of ancient Slavs, the culture of Veps, about the Tikhvin icon of the Mother of God etc. Also it published poems and fiction written by local authors , memoirs, periodicals. Well-known authors such as V.Popov, I.I. Sabilo, a member of State Duma Y.Y. Loginov worked with "Veshchy Gamayun".

Ansberg, Olga Nikolayevna

Loginov, Yevgeny Yuryevich
Popov, Valery Georgiyevich
Sabilo, Ivan Ivanovich
Strelchenko, Aleksandr Vasilyevich
Stulov, Vladimir Aleksandrovich
Zavgorodny, Anatoly Pavlovich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Tikhvin District/Tikhvin Town

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"Tikhvinets" ("Tikhvin Resident"), a magazine
"Vestnik" ("Bulletin"), a newspaper

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