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Mark Halperin

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Mark Halperin

Mark Halperin has been a Fulbright lecturer in Russia and returned often as an exchange professor in Moscow and St. Petersburg. New Issues, of Western Michigan University, published his fourth volume of poetry, Time as Distance. Professor Georgeoliani and he have published translations from the work of Kharms, Platonov, and Kushner, among others.

Articles by Mark Halperin

The Beginning
By Anyuta Evseeva
I wake up at eight a.m. On the sixteenth floor every day at eight a.m. Sorokin sneezes. After that, on the fifteenth floor, Aunt Masha falls out of bed.I wake up because I live on the fourteenth floor…
Translated from Russian by Dinara Georgeoliani & Mark Halperin
from Me and So Forth
By Vyacheslav Pyetsukh
Me and PerestroikaNow I will tell you how perestroika collapsed. To be more precise, it hasn’t collapsed yet, but it definitely will due to the archaic institutions of the family and marriage, which…
Translated from Russian by Dinara Georgeoliani & Mark Halperin
Me and Perestroika
By Vyacheslav Pyetsukh
Now I will tell you how perestroika collapsed. To be more precise, it hasn’t collapsed yet, but it definitely will due to the archaic institutions of the family and marriage, which dominate in times…
Translated from Russian by Dinara Georgeoliani & Mark Halperin