Issue #3: Counseling (May 2017)
Click on the contributors' names to read their pieces. Some are excerpted, some are available in full.
Christine Smallwood writes the New Books column for Harper's Magazine. Her fiction has been published in The Paris Review, n+1, and Vice.
Ludmilla Petrushevskaya is Russia’s most celebrated living author and playwright. Suppressed for decades, she became a household name after the Soviet Union’s collapse. Petrushevskaya paints, performs her own songs, publishes stories and plays and actively participates in philanthropy. She is seventy-seven and lives in Moscow.
Anna Summers has translated and co-translated four volumes of Petrushevskaya’s work. The most recent, a memoir, The Girl from the Metropol Hotel, came out in February.
Amie Barrodale is the author of the story collection You Are Having a Good Time.