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Articles by Tatiana Dubin

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Let’s Run to the Womb and Back

Literary, Mar 23 2018

by Tatiana Dubin

the small explosion did it, skyward you tumbled too. chapped limbs smacking sunrays good morning. shoulders of honeycrisp apples, the bitten …

On Layli Long Soldier's Whereas

Arts, Mar 15 2018

by Tatiana Dubin

On November 28th, 1795—a chilly day in Bristol, just weeks after the French Revolution began grinding its wheels—English poet Samuel Coleridge …

Stripping Metaphors

Edith Södergran undoes prejudice

Arts, Apr 14 2017

by Tatiana Dubin

“Warm words, fine words, deep words … They are like the scent of a flower in the night That one cannot …

Reclaiming Endangered Languages

When language death means culture death

Arts, Sep 30 2016

by Tatiana Dubin

Spanish missionaries were the first Westerners to begin documenting the indigenous languages of the ‘Viceroyalty of New Spain.’ Travelling to newly …