“2 are the bulbous, many-colored domes on the capital’s cathedral that are not yet covered in white when he arrives. The snow mutes long avenues, red walls and heavy coats. He does not look like a native, so his passport says he’s from Vilnius. In a city of immigrants, nobody asks him about Lithuania.”
Sovetskoye Shampanskoye, a story about Soviet Champagne and being an asset in the former Soviet Union, has been reprinted in Eunoia Review!
Thank you so much to editor Ian Chung for reprinting it!
(Image: Russia, by franhp7)