|Vladimir Josefovich Glozer is a literary historian and critic, a textologist, a children's writer, an art historian and a memoirist. In his youth, during the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was the literary secretary to the well-know children's writer Marshak (1887-1964), and periodically during the 1960s fulfilled the same function for the renowned writer for children Kornej Chukovski (1882-1969). He is an expert in the field of children's literature and a literary specialist who has pubished the works of Daniil Kharms (1905-1942), Alesander Vvedenski (1904-1941), Yuri Vladimirov (1908-1931) and other members of the literary and artistic grouping OBERIU [the "Association of Real Art"], not to mention Nikolai Olejnikov (1898 -1937). Glozer is the author of Children Write Poems (1964), Illustrators of Children's Books Talk about Themselves and their Work (1987), Marina Durnovo: My Husband Daniil Charms (2000), an anthology of retellings for children of the fairy tales of the people of the Tajga and the Tundra, Russian folk tales, to name but a few. He is also the author of plays for children's theaters and memoirs. He is a laureate of the literary prizes given by Novyj Mir and other journals. His books have been translated into Greek, Spanish, Czech, Japanese, and Serbian. His articles have been translated into English, Bulgarian and a number of other languages.