First edition title page, 1861.
|Official editor||Mikhail Dostoyevsky|
|First issue||March, 1861|
|Based in||St. Petersburg|
Vremya (Russian: Вре́мя) (English: Time) was a monthly magazine published by Fyodor Dostoyevsky under the editorship of his brother Mikhail Dostoyevsky, as Fyodor himself, due to his status as a former convict, was unable to be the official editor.
The magazine began publication in March 1861. Fyodor Dostoyevsky's novel The House of the Dead was first published in Vremya. The publication in monthly issues of The House of the Dead brought considerable financial success and popularity to the magazine.
- Joseph Frank, Introduction to The House of the Dead and Poor Folk, Barnes and Noble, 2004
- Robert Belknap, Introduction to Demons, Penguin Classics, 2008
- Introduction to Letters of Fyodor Mikhailovitch Dostoevsky to his Family and Friends, Macmillan, NY, 1917.