David Vseviov (b. 1949) is an Estonian historian and a professor of art history and visual culture at the Estonian Academy of Arts. He has been named Estonian Opinion Leader of the Year, and has received the European Parliament’s 2016 European Citizen’s Prize and the National Culture Award of the Republic of Estonia. For over 20 years, he has run the popular Estonian Public Broadcasting radio program Müstiline Venemaa (Mysterious Russia), on which he shares fascinating interpretations of Russian history.

Although Vseviov has written a wealth of books and articles of historical non-fiction, Autobiography: The First Two Weeks is his debut in fiction. The author calls himself a “time traveler and elucidator of history”, which is a quality that merrily dominates his debut.


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