Olga Gardner Galvin

Olga Gardner Galvin

in Moscow, Russian Federation
June 21, 1963





Olga Gardner Galvin grew up in Moscow (then USSR), in the 1960s and 1970s, the only child of a book editor and a graphic designer who, between the two of them, could conceptualize and produce any printed matter, from a book to a theater poster — and did it all the time, in a small apartment crammed with books.

By the late 1970s, Olga developed a habit of openly reading forbidden literature on public transportation, which precipitated her parents’ decision to relocate to the USA, since they found her form of rebellion disturbingly dumb.

Building on what she'd learned from her parents, Olga eventually made her freelancing way into American mainstream publishing, where her clients now include some of the biggest publishing houses in New York. Sh

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