Victor Pelevin is a Russian postmodernist author. His books revolve around the world of post-Soviet Russia. He uses a variety of extremely strange narrative techniques to paint even stranger literary canvases.

His books include:

I think that covers just about all. He also wrote a short story, Buben Verkhnego Mira (The Tambourine of the Upper World), that was used as the basis for a concept album by the Russian band Va-Bank.

Pelevin was born in 1962 in Moscow and remains alive to this day.

The Russian Writers' Union considers him to be a "cancerous tumor on literature."