Kazakova Rimma Fedorovna (born 1932), poetess.
She was born on January 21 in Sevastopol. After graduation she entered the historical faculty of the Leningrad University and studied until 1954. The first poems date back to 1955.
She lived in the Far East for seven years, worked as an editor of a newsreel studio in Khabarovsk. In 1958 the first collection of poems was published in Khabarovsk – “Let’s meet in the East”. In the early 1960s Kazakova moved to Moscow, she translated translations of poems from the languages of the peoples of the USSR. I traveled a lot around the country. Master of Civil and Love Lyrics. The author of the collections “In the Taiga Do not Cry” (1965), “I Remember” (1974), “Nabelo” (1977), “Ruslo” (1979).
In 1979 she published a large book of poems (1955 – 78) from her main collections (“Where You Are,” “
In 1980 the collection “The Country of Love” was published, in 1982 – “Trial stone”, in 1984 – “Come down the hill”. Lives and works in Moscow.
A short biography from the book: Russian writers and poets. A short biographical dictionary. Moscow, 2000.