'Semyon Reznik (Russ.Семён Ефимович Резник) (b. 1938 in Moscow) — Russian writer, journalist, man of letters and historian, noted in particular for his study of the blood libel and the resurgence of Neonazism in Russia. He was the longtime editor of the important Soviet era biographical book series "Lives of Remarkable People" ("ЖЗЛ") to which he also contributed several items as an author.
He emigrated to the United States in 1982, where he became a radio personality and a writer for the Russian desk of the Voice of America. He is a member of the International PEN Club; member of the Union of Writers of Moscow.