Short stories published in Boulevard
Listing 4 stories.
In 1990s Leningrad, a Russian man prepares to emigrate, but things don't quite go as planned—twists of fate, complex friendships, and the omnipresent KGB stand in his way.
A man who has lived in a house for recovering mental health patients for a decade grapples with the prospect of finally leaving.
An older man, while on vacation with his sister, visits the family of his late colleague, a well-known writer. A biography has recently been published about this late colleague, and the man struggles to reconnect with the grieving family, obviously on edge because of the book's personal and revealing content, during his visit.
A ninth-grade girl who was sexually abused by her neo-Nazi math teacher struggles with traumatic and conflicting memories.