Is an Russian based author and journalist. Glukhovsky was born 1979 in Moscow, and started his career at an early age 15 when he started the idea for Metro 2033. At age 17 he left Moscow to study Journalism and International relations in Jerusalem. After his graduation, Glukhovsky worked for a European news channel in France. During 2005, he returned to Russia to work as a television correspondent. Meanwhile he also launched the novel Metro 2033, a Sci-fi and Post apocalytic novel. By publishing the novel on his own website for free and available for all, it became an interactive experiment towards readers worldwide. The novel and it’s sequels; Metro 2034, Metro Last Light: The Gospel According to Artyom and Metro 2035, was later turned into video game series.
After the Metro sequels Glukhovsky lauched a number of novels; Dusk, Tales About the Motherland, Futu.re and Text both fiction and non fiction
Glukhovsky was awarded with Science Fiction Society’s Encouragement Award for his novel Metro 2033 in 2007 and in 2009 the novel Metro 2034 was listed as Russia’s best-seller.
Right now the author is writing his last dystopia in the Metro sequel called The Outpost, a Storytel Original that is being released in Europe in September. Glukhovsky is coming to Comic Con Stockholm on Saturday 14th September.