A collection of aphorisms Sketches to Portraits by Terentiy Travnik, illustrated by Darya Khanedany’an. Translated into English, Spanish and French by Julia Shuvalova and Patrick Jackson.
You might remember me saying that one thing I terribly missed while in England were the sunsets I could watch from my window in Moscow.
Pedro Saenz, The Poet’s Tomb Pain of the Matador (photo by Greg Wesson) The painting by Pedro Saenz La Tumba del Poeta reminds me of
Baltasar del Alcazar Three things have chained my heart in love That equally do please: The fair Inez, a well-smoked ham, And aubergines in cheese.
One of the Russian bloggers I know did an interview with an Internet troll. Yes, that very troll who creates havoc in forums and makes
Every country gets the circus it deserves. Spain gets bullfights. Italy gets the Catholic Church. America gets Hollywood. Erica Jong, an American writer and poet.
I have just seen a few absolutely wonderful photos of sun-filled Sevilla, photographed by the Russian LiveJournal blogger. One photo, featuring an old couple, is