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Glimpsing the Impossible (an interview with Olesya Khromeychuk) // Apofenie 

Rewatching Zelensky's Servant of the People as Russia Wages War on Ukraine // Lit Hub

The Nation Ukraine Has Become (co-authored with Olesya Khromeychuk) // New York Review of Books

Love In Times of Terror (an interview with Kalani Pickhart) // Los Angeles Review of Books

Amerikan Swamp (co-authored with Chris Stevens) // The Normal School

Jaywalking in a Dictatorship // Lit Hub

What Can an Essayist Do in the Face of Massive Tragedy? // Lit Hub

In the Age of Political Thugs [excerpt] // Lit Hub

Veselka // Image

Duck and Cover // Crab Orchard Review

St. Anna // Image

I Saw the Sunshine, Melting // The Southampton Review

Samizdat: A Private Collection // Colorado Review

There's no such thing as a free symphony // Guernica

Fatalism: after the borscht and before the cutlet // Ninth Letter

When Johnny Cash Wandered with U2 // Partisan Magazine

Abducted Catholic priest released in Ukraine amid unrest // Catholic News Agency

6 truths and a lie about Belarus // Matador Network   

Belarus revisited: Fallout from transparent travel writing // Matador Network 

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