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Georgia

Falling Apart
By Davit Gabunia
“He can run from this business but he can’t hide.”
Translated from Georgian by Adham Smart
In Search of Lavrenti Beria
By Tamta Melashvili
“The troika was the Holy Trinity of its time.”
Translated from Georgian by Donald Rayfield
A Small Country
By Lasha Bugadze
“People get killed for less nowadays . . . “
Translated from Georgian by Maya Kiasashvili
The Southern Mammoth
By Archil Kikodze
“You’ve got to act fast in this city.”
Translated from Georgian by Maya Kiasashvili
Exporting Georgian Literature
By Gvantsa Jobava
Georgian writers have always had a powerful influence on the nation’s consciousness, and this is as true now as it was in the past.
Translated from Georgian by Philip Price
Meskhi vs. Meskhi
By Teona Dolenjashvili
He has never looked less like a potential father.
Translated from Georgian by Philip Price
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Military Drills
By Lela Samniashvili
Who can escape his own charisma
Translated from Georgian by Mac Dunlop & Natalia Bukia-Peters
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A Run in My Stocking
By Lela Samniashvili
I know there is the curse of god and the curse of being human
Translated from Georgian by Mac Dunlop & Natalia Bukia-Peters
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Shevardnadze and Me: The Beginning
By Gela Charkviani
All I had to do was wait for the right circumstances.
Translated from Georgian by Philip Price
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The Children of Beslan (To My Children)
By Irakli Kakabadze
We left toys with wilted smiles on the beds
Translated from Georgian by Mary Childs
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Seventeen Poems by Iaki Kabe
By Irakli Kakabadze
It had rained, / The lilacs were rejoicing.
Translated from Georgian by Mary Childs
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Little Dipper
By Naira Gelashvili
“I’ve been dreaming about this all my life, to kiss the Little Dipper.
Translated from Georgian by Mary Childs
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The Killer
By Beka Kurkhuli
He swam through the thick white sea and he could no longer feel his heart.
Translated from Georgian by Natalia Bukia-Peters & Victoria Field
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My Story of Chess
By Shota Iatashvili
I had no idea what was wrong with the girl. She’d make her move, hold her breath for a few seconds, then move her hand toward the chessboard again and touch the piece she had just put down, as if…
Translated from Georgian by Elizabeth Heighway
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