Stanislav Aseyev

Stanislav Aseyev is a Donetsk-born Ukrainian writer and journalist. In addition to two books recounting his experience under Russian occupation in eastern Ukraine, he is the author of a collection of poetry, a play, and a novel. Under the pen name Stanislav Vasin, he published short reports in the Ukrainian press on the outbreak of Russian-sponsored military hostilities in Donbas. Arrested and unlawfully imprisoned by separatist militia forces for “extremism” and “spying,” Aseyev was held captive and subjected to intermittent torture. In 2021, he was awarded the prestigious Taras Shevchenko National Prize for In Isolation.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePrice
Cover: The Torture Camp on Paradise StreetThe Torture Camp on Paradise StreetAseyev, Stanislav
Tompkins, Zenia
Murray, Nina
HARDCOVER01/03/2023$39.95
Cover: The Torture Camp on Paradise StreetThe Torture Camp on Paradise StreetAseyev, Stanislav
Tompkins, Zenia
Murray, Nina
PAPERBACK01/03/2023$19.95
Cover: In Isolation: Dispatches from Occupied DonbasIn Isolation: Dispatches from Occupied DonbasAseyev, Stanislav
Wolanskyj, Lidia
HARDCOVER05/03/2022$39.95
Cover: In Isolation: Dispatches from Occupied DonbasIn Isolation: Dispatches from Occupied DonbasAseyev, Stanislav
Wolanskyj, Lidia
PAPERBACK04/19/2022$19.95
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