Sergey Aleksandrovich Abramov (born April 10, 1944 , Moscow , USSR ) is a Soviet and Russian science fiction writer , journalist and public figure . The son of the writer Alexander Abramov .
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He graduated from the Civil Aviation Department of the Moscow Road Institute , worked as a foreman at the construction of Domodedovo Airport , and was left at the department of the institute. He worked in the magazine "Change" and the newspaper "Pravda" . For a long time he headed the Council for Fantastic and Adventure Literature under the board of the RSFSR joint venture .
In 1968-1988, he was a journalist in Literaturnaya Gazeta , Pravda , Smena and Theater magazines.
In 1988, he created and until the beginning of the 1990s headed the weekly newspaper Semey as editor-in-chief.
Since the late 1980s, he has been engaged in business in the field of book publishing, mass media, trade, and in the 1990s, in the field of corporate building and investment policy in a number of banking and investment structures.
Since 1997 - First Deputy Chairman of the Telecommunications and Media Committee of the Moscow Government. Since 2000 - First Deputy Head of the Main Department of Internal Policy of the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation . In 2001-2004 - Secretary of the Presidential Councils for culture and art, science, technology and education, as well as sports. Since 2004 - Chairman of the Supervisory Board and partner of the Bering East Capital Partner investment company.
Permanent expert consultant of the public organization Megaproject, member of the All-Russian public organization League of Health of the Nation , member of the general and coordinating councils of the business organization Business Russia.
Laureate of the International Literary Award Sasha Black.
Master of Sports in Cycling.
Began to print since 1961.
The early works, co-written with his father, A. Abramov , are typical examples of solid science fiction . The most famous trilogy of S. and A. Abramovs is “ Horsemen from nowhere ” (1967), “ Paradise without memory ” (1968), “ Silver version ” (1978 - “Time versus time”; ext. 1978) about representatives of a foreign civilization who are exploring The earth . The first independent works of S. Abramov - the novel "The tightrope walkers" (1972) and the novel "The Spinning Top for Gulliver" (1973), are also sustained in the traditional spirit of science fiction. In later works, he gradually departed from the traditional canons of the genre, moving on to the techniques inherent in a modern fairy tale and fantasy .
- Abramov A.I., Abramov S.A. Works in three volumes. - M .: Terra , 1997.
- (with A. Abramov) Walking for three worlds // " World of Adventures ", 1966, No. 12. Almanac. - M .: Children's literature , 1966.
- (with A. Abramov) New Aladdin: Otr. from the story // Knowledge is power , 1966. No. 11.
- (with A. Abramov) Eyes of the Century // "World of Adventures", 1967, No. 13. Almanac. - M .: Children's literature, 1967.
- (with A. Abramov) Four colors of memory // Young technician , 1967. No. 7-8.
- (with A. Abramov) Firm “Farewell to Arms!” // “World of Adventures”, 1968, No. 14. Almanac. - M .: Children's literature, 1968.
- (with A. Abramov) Paradise without memory // Smena , 1968. No. 11-17.
- (with A. Abramov) The Djinn of Azure // Smena, 1970. No. 13-18.
- (with A. Abramov) Celeste-7000. - M .: Children's literature, 1971.
- (with A. Abramov) Very great depth // Only one start: stories and tales. - Sverdlovsk: FEMALES, 1971.
- (with A. Abramov) Flames: a story // On land and at sea. - M .: Thought , 1972.
- (with A. Abramov) Everything is allowed. - M .: Children's literature, 1973.
- (with A. Abramov) A man who could not work miracles. // "World of Adventures", 1974. Collection. - M .: Children's literature, 1974.
- Big miracles in a small city // Change, 1973. No. 1.
- Tightrope walkers: a novel // Change, 1973. No. 5-13.
- The top for Gulliver // Our life , 1973. No. 9; 1974. No. 1.
- In the front-line forest: a story // Seeker , 1974. No. 5.
- The time of his students: a story // Seeker, 1977. No. 1.
- Red, red, dangerous man: Tale-tale // Ural Pathfinder , 1979. No. 11-12.
- Two under one umbrella // October , 1980. No. 12.
- Early Morning Tune: A Little Story // October, 1982. No. 2.
- Wanderers: Youthful Fantasy // Youth , 1982. No. 11.
- A miracle is required: A Little Story // October, 1983. No. 4.
- A number of magical changes in a pretty face // October, 1984. No. 7.
- How good it is to be a general // Banner , 1985. No. 12.
- The new dress of the king // October, 1986. No. 7.
- Neformachki: Phantasmagoria // Youth, 1988. No. 1-3.
- Wall // "World of Adventures", 1989. Collection. - M .: Children's literature, 1989
- Stop crane: Theatrical phantasmagoria // October, 1989. No. 12.
- Wall. A story. - M .: Children's literature, 1990.
- He is already with us // Publisher (Khabarovsk), 1990. No. 3.
- The time of his students: A Story // World War III: Sat. war fiction. - M .: Patriot , 1992. - S. 80-149.
- Two under one umbrella (1983, dir. G. E. Jungwald-Khilkevich )
- The season of miracles (1985, dir. G.E. Jungwald-Khilkevich )
- Above the Rainbow (1986, dir. G.E. Jungwald-Khilkevich )
- Abramov, Sergey Aleksandrovich (writer) on the site " Science Fiction Laboratory "
- Abramov Sergey Alexandrovich, biographical information on the website of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation