Company’s Faces: Denis Lapitsky

Denis Lapitsky

I work on my books in the evenings and on weekends. I do not consider myself a real writer, although I’ve been a member of the Writers’ Union since 2010. This is my passion and it’s always pleasant to hold my book in my hands. Knowing that people read my work and enjoy it is a very strong incentive. My only regret is that it’s not possible to add a couple more hours to the day, or, better yet, a dozen.

I began writing
while still studying at the history department of the Bashkir State University

I began writing while still studying at the history department of the Bashkir State University. I first published a collection of stories titled Syn Volchyego Solntsa (“Son of the Wolves' Sun”). In 2016, I co-authored Teni Shattenburga (“Shadows of Schattenburg”). This fantasy thriller was born out of a literary game on an Internet forum. The scene is laid in a small town of medieval Germany. There is a multitude of plotlines intertwined in this novel, with a lot of characters involved: citizens frightened by mysterious disappearance of children, an Inquisitor priest, a local baron...



Denis Lapitsky