Zarina Zabrisky is an American writer and war journalist currently reporting from Ukraine. She is the author of the short story collections Iron, A Cute Tombstone, and Explosion, the novel We, Monsters, and the collaborative poetry collection Green Lions, coauthored with Simon Rogghe.
Philosophy is really homesickness, an urge to be at home everywhere. Where, then, are we going? Always to our home. —Novalis, Fragments THE EXPLOSION WAS THE BEGINNING of the end Continue reading
IN CHIȘINĂU, MOLDOVA, ON THE CRACKED asphalt of the wide but empty central street, a wrinkled old man sold a hammer, a rusty screwdriver, two Soviet history textbooks, an old VHS Continue reading