Original by Maria Galina Translated, from the Russian, by Dasha Koltunyuk All the soldiers on the square, all who are hanging from the skies, who have pain and fear to bear, barely show it in their eyes, and we’re no …

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Originals by Sergej Timofejev MOLDAVIAN ROMANCE Translated, from the Russian, by Dasha Koltunyuk She sits by the computer in a blue velvet jacket, She was given an assignment, told to design a label for matches, She draws three pink piglets, …

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Originals by Pavel Goldin “Once long ago, when the bull became” translated, from the Russian, by Jacob A. Sackett-Sanders “Kuzminishna’s niece” translated, from the Russian, by Linnea M. Paseiro & Dasha Koltunyuk Once long ago, when the bull became indistinguishable …

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Originals by Maxim Borodin “Carpenter’s Son” translated, from the Russian, by Jacob A. Sackett-Sanders “AIR” translated, from the Russian, by Darya Koltunyuk Carpenter’s Son I wanted to be the son of a carpenter, but I am forced to sit behind …

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Originals and Translations, from the Persian, by Maziar Karim 4. crush of stories from the past thousand years stirs us and embraces today’s stories trembling coming from a thousand years ago and we everyday every year every century every thousand …

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