Novy Mir (1916 magazine)

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For a modern literary magazine, see Novy Mir
The offices of Novy Mir

Novy Mir (Russian: Но́вый Ми́р, IPA: [ˈnovɨj ˈmʲir], New World) was a magazine published by Russian social democratic émigrés in New York City in 1916–1917 until their return to Russia after the February Revolution of 1917. It was edited by Nikolai Bukharin and Alexandra Kollontai, who were briefly joined by Leon Trotsky when he arrived in New York in January 1917. V. Volodarsky, then living in Philadelphia, was one of the contributors.[1][2][3]


  1. ^ See "A Chronology" in Conversations in Exile: Russian Writers Abroad, ed. John Glad, Duke University Press, 1993, ISBN 0-8223-1298-0 p.275
  2. ^ David Shub, "The Russian Press in the United States," The Russian Review, III, No. 1 (1943), 123-124.
  3. ^ Jerome Davis, The Russian Immigrant (New York, 1922), pp. 124-126.