Andrei Seleznev is a Russian-Australian writer of literary and speculative fiction and poetry. He is based in Melbourne. His work draws influence from magical realism, the post-Soviet diaspora, and the Australian immigrant experience. Outside of the literary world, he works in cancer research as a bioinformatician and plays bass in the band Lorikeet.
A look at the Russian-Ukranian conflict from a domestic Russian perspective.
A poem about love in liminal spaces.
A Russian power couple are stopped at the Latvian border in their Lada. Featuring neo-Pagan tattoo artistry and in-depth research into the 90s rouble exchange rate.
A train pulls up at a station in the middle of nowhere. A woman sure has a strange job.
Watercolor - F(r)iction Online Tethered By Letters 2015
A dumb jerk bumbles through a one-sided love affair with a painting.
Mum, I'm in Love with Krampus - Krampus Crackers Collection Tiny Owl Workshop 2014
Saint Nick can be a pretty sour boyfriend, so when you meet a sexy mythological creature at a Christmas in July party, it's best to ask mum for advice.