Alitet Nikolaevich Nemtushkin (Irkutsk Oblast, Siberia 12 November 1939 - 2006) was an Evenk-Russian poet known for writing in and about his Native Evenki language. He has received wide recognition in and outside of Russia, and his work is used by UNESCO to cultivate attention to the problem of Language Endangerment  He has published more than 31 books of poetry, most of them in Russian, but some in Evenki.
- 3C World Fiction
- Alexia Bloch. 2004. Red Ties and Residential Schools: Indigenous Siberians in a Post-Soviet State. University of Pennsylvania Press. p. 193
- UNESCO 2011. “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger”
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