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Dealing with trauma from online viewing, Chekhov’s Black Monk and Azerbaijano-Armenian (I know, I know) lamb meatballs.

Dealing with trauma from online viewing, Chekhov’s Black Monk and Azerbaijano-Armenian (I know, I know) lamb meatballs. The Black Monk! I went to the Pushkin House to watch a play, filmed in Moscow, based on the Chekhov short story. There … Continue reading

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No More Letters

  A lifetime of soggy letters is strewn all over floor, curled corners, seeping ink, kisses and best wishes from the past.  I can see my late grandfather’s long sloping writing on paper he cut to size so as not … Continue reading

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