Monthly Archives: March 2011

On Love and Afterlove. Story 3.

Oh, the sweetness of knowing that someone has feelings for you so strong that he drops everything he has to do to venture into the treacherous waters of Baltic Sea on a flimsy, Estonian-run ferry full of dangerously drunk Russians … Continue reading

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On Love and Afterlove. Story 2.

– All right, – you’ll say. – Everybody can have sex. How do you get from sex to marriage? It wasn’t just sex, although I won’t deny the part it played in opening the gates to the flood of oxytocin … Continue reading

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On Love and Afterlove. Story 1.

I don’t know about you but I am one of the women who likes her men talented. Sometimes I even marry them as if I could co-own their talents through the act of a state-recognized marriage. How this supports the … Continue reading

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Sketchbook. 1.

The words are important, but so are the images. Strangely, they hate each other. If I write I can’t draw. If I draw I can’t write. Why is that? Indulis, one of the characters in my story, misses a bullet … Continue reading

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Personal Story. Futility 3.

When I wake up in the morning the first thing I feel is excitement of  a “Queen Mary”-type ship coming into New York harbor. The journey through treacherous dark mist and shifting winds, the dodging iceberg nightmares is over and … Continue reading

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