Born in 1979 in Moscow, Dmitry Glukhovsky studied Journalism and International Relations at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Despite his young age, Glukhovsky’s career as a journalist is an impressive one; to this day, he has worked for EuroNews TV in France, RussiaToday TV in Moscow and Mayak Radio. He worked as a correspondent for DeutscheWelleRadio, Sky News and Israeli national radio station.
As a journalist Glukhovsky traveled around the globe from Morocco to Guatemala, Iceland to Japan; he was in the area to film the flawed nuclear reactor during the Chernobyl disaster. He observed the launch of Russian rockets in Baykonur. He reported the battle between Israel and Hezbollah in Kiryat-Shmona region from the line of fire to the whole world. Glukhovsky is also acknowledged as the first journalist to broadcast live from the North Pole.
In addition to his mother language, Russian, Glukhovsky also speaks English, French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. The writer lives in Moscow and in 2007, received the Encouragement Award from the European Science Fiction Society in EuroCan competition in Copenhagen for his book Metro-2033. His books Metro-2033, Metro-2034 and Metro-2035 have been published in Turkish by Panama Publications.