All posts tagged Russian literature

  • Insomnia

    “The heavy honeybee got stuck in the space between the double windows. All I had to do was open the window a crack, but my head was filled with insomnia.” A short story by Anzhelina Polonskaya, ICORN writer-in-residence of City of Refuge Frankfurt.


  • In Praise of Poetry by Olga Sedakova

    Until the 1990s, Olga Sedakova’s books were not available in Russia because they failed to align with prescribed official aesthetics. Sampsonia Way presents an excerpt from Sedakova’s forthcoming book, In Praise of Poetry.