Mikhail Alexandrovich Didusenko ( 1951 , Vilnius - 2003 , the settlement of Rastorguevo within the boundaries of the city of Vidnoye / Moscow region ) - Russian poet .
|Birth name||Mikhail Alexandrovich Didusenko|
|Date of Birth||1951|
|Place of Birth||Vilnius|
|Date of death||2003|
|Place of death||Village Rastorguevo within the city Vidnoe , Moscow region|
|Citizenship|| the USSR |
|Language of Works|
He studied at the Vilnius Pedagogical Institute. He worked as an electrician, a guard, a journalist. He was the editor of the Lithuanian youth newspaper " Komyaimino tesa ". Moved to live in Leningrad . In 1973 - the first publications in the republican press. Poems appeared in the collection Young Leningrad (1988). I tried my strength on stage. In these times, he had the nickname Graf Cherry (for tenderness of appearance and sensitivity). In the early 80s he returned to Vilnius. An anti-social way of life ... Repeated change of places - throwing between Vilnius and Leningrad - was replaced by unaddressed vagrancy over Russia . The wanderings ended in the loss of all documents. As a result, MA Didusenko found himself without a residence permit in Rastorguev. The village attracted him because of its relative silence, and here he settled down to the end of his unprofitable life. But he did not lose his talent even when begging, he became a nominee of Anti - Booker . The locals knew him as Misha the homeless (he lived in a wretched half-ruined house on the street of the Old Bolsheviks, where Raisa Ivanovna Lebedeva sheltered him and shared her beggarly pension with him). With the above nickname and overtook his death. About a week lay in the morgue with the tag "unknown man." Buried on rastorguevskomu cemetery.
- Between rivers : Poems. - Vilnius: Vaga, 1988. / Series “First Book”. - 1500 copies
- Our yard : Poems. - Vilnius: Vituris, 1989. - 28 p. / For primary school age, ill. O. Ablazhey. - 10 000 copies
- Strip of Alienation : Selected Poems. - SPb .: Pushkin Foundation, 2004.
- From beggarly ore . - M .: Publishing House N. Filimonova, 2006. - 252 p. - ISBN 978-5-9900419-2-9 / 750 copies.
- Ergali Ger Unknown than Richard Sorge // Novaya Gazeta. - 2003. - 11 Dec.
- Publications in the magazines "Banner" / "Journal Hall"
- "The bars of reddish" - poems / "Banner", 1999, № 3
- “Stozhary, Iron Tatars have come together” - verses / “Znamya”, 1999, No. 11
- “From Beggar’s Ore” - verses / “Banner”, 2000, No. 4
- "With flashing fire" - verses / "Banner", 2002, № 4
- “Simple and Even Easier” - verses / “Banner”, 2003, No. 4
- In the "Journal Hall" Essay by Ilya Falikov about the works of M. Didusenko / "Banner" 2005 № 5
- Nominees and laureates of the award in 2000 in the nomination "The Stranger" (poetry) | New literary map of Russia