All the abundance and complexity of language
Speechlessness: Conversation with Pavel Arsenev about russian anti-war poetry
addressing the lack of words with which the political opposition can position itself in the framework of this cultural and political catastrophe
What makes you feel like Friday night?
A poem about the rhythm of everyday life, nature, and depression was written in New York on April 2, 2021.
Ayesha Chatterjee. Poems / Айеша Чаттерджи. Стихи
Contemporary poetry / Современная поэзия
A poem was written in New York on November 20, 2021. The single — Point — from my solo music project SOPHULATE was based on that poem.
A poem was written in New York on April 4, 2022
Poetry and Photography online archive. Introductory statement
The announcement of the ongoing archive of literary, visual art works, and the discussion of the reasons for the transition to the Syg.ma platform
Cultures of Remembrance: open сall for antiwar articles
The Cultures of Remembrance project is looking for anti-war content with a historical reference. We publish the text of the announcement in English, Ukrainian and Russian
Life is difficult
Life is difficult It“s tough to live it. Time is long. It”s tough to go along alone I love — I loved. I lost love.
almanac-fire: that sense
Foreword to the 1st issue of the almanac-fire by Ekaterina Zakharkiv
Friend Zone. On Archipelagic Writing and Slippery Institutions
On writing-with friends by Donna Schons, Jan Kunkel and Sebastjan Brank
Society and Politics
Jennifer Merlyn Scherler. My Internet Is Not Your Internet But My Reality
A video lecture on how the internet directs the movement of our bodies and polices our communication
Rossen Djagalov. The Afro-Asian Writers Association and Its Literary Field
Its history, the crises it went through, and the role of politics and aesthetics in it