Unique promotion to help hospices

Unique promotion to help hospices
Unique promotion to help hospices

A book that brings together writers that can't be united to see the light of day in April.

A unique promotion to help hospices

A number of well-known Russian writers have teamed up to create a collection designed to help domestic hospices. In early April, the book will see the light of day "The book for which the writers united, which is impossible to unite."

The pages of the book contain information about what a hospice is and what mission the people who work there carry out. It is reported that the book has already made it possible to transfer 3.5 million rubles to the Vera Hospice Charitable Fund.

The action was organized by the Vera Charitable Hospice Assistance Fund and the Eksmo publishing house, according to a press release received by NEWSru.com.

The authors of the collection are different people, both in age, in style, and in worldview. It presents a new chapter from the life of Fandorin written by Boris Akunin, prose by Boris Grebenshchikov, as well as works by Lyudmila Ulitskaya, Vladimir Voinovich, Andrey Gelasimov, Evgeny Grishkovets, Alexander Kabakov, Eduard Limonov, Vladimir Makanin, Marina Moskvina, Viktor Pelevin, Lyudmila Petrushevskaya, Zakhar Prilepin, Dina Rubina, Dunya Smirnova, Vladimir Sorokin, Max Fry, Alexander Khurgin and Leonid Yuzefovich.

Hospices are institutions where people in the last stage of the disease receive free medical care, and their family members receive psychological care. In Russia, hospices work primarily with cancer patients.

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