Nowadays in Russia and in the countries of the former USSR Romani literature does not regularly appear in print, so Romani authors, both experienced and new ones, actively explore the internet.
For instance, Nikolay Vasilevsky, a Romani poet and writer from Kaliningrad, has created his own website; see http://romvasilevskiy.com/. In general ‘going digital’ is becoming increasingly popular among Romani authors.
Among those who make their works available online is Pyotr Demeter, a Romani musician, poet and playwright; his web representation is to be found under https://www.proza.ru/avtor/pdemetr and https://www.stihi.ru/avtor/pdemetr
The community ROMANE$$.RU (https://vk.com/romanessite) offers various kinds of information about Romani writers and poets as well as publications of their works. Russian translations of Romani literature are also regularly published in this community.
Information on Romani literature and Romani writers can also be found on the websites run by the Федеральная Национально-Культурная Автономия Российских Цыган [Federal’naya Natsional’no-Kulturnaya Avtonomiya Rossiiskih Tsyigan (the Federal Romani National and Cultural Autonomy)]: http://цыганероссии.рф/category/ciganskaya-literatura/ and the International Society for Romani Cultural Studies (http://www.kulturom.ru/literature/).
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