A shorter, earlier edition was published in 1941-1946, but this 4 vol. set contains all of Masanov's work and has never been superceded. It includes names based on various typographical conventions, women's maiden names, etc. There are complete indexes to pseudonyms and separate Russian alphabet-Latin alphabet sequences.
Includes writers, academics, translators, and journalists.
The main source for Polish pseudonyms. It provides only the pseudonym and real name without biographical information. Tom 3 is an index of real names to pseudonyms. Reprinted in 1968 in 1 volume.
Covers Polish writers and diarists published 1976-1989.
Provides only the pseudonym and the real name, without any biographical information. It includes an index of real names to pseudonyms.
This work includes Ukrainian pseudonyms from all of
Bio-bibliographical essays on each author. Not a complete listing of authors, but if included in the list, an excellent source.
A very useful work for librarians. It includes short listings of full names, dates of birth and death, plus prizes won and references to bibliographies.
A complete listing in Russian of all official authors,
critics, translators and other members of the Writers'
Compete biographical and bibliographical information on each member of the RAN, including addresses and telephone numbers. Includes many members from other countries of the Former Soviet Union.
A general listing of people in the Former Soviet Union. Includes biographical information and short bibliographies.
Bio-bibliographies of 20th century Slavic specialists from the Former Soviet Union.
Only up through the B’s so far (in 2007)...
Czechs and Slovaks who lived in the 20th century. Includes exiles.
An excellent resource for the titles attached to Orthodox religious names. Russian terms with Greek and/or Latin terms.