In this Russian-language article, Konstantin Kropotkin reviews his experiences from Frankfurt Book Fair 2018, where Georgia was a guest of honor, choosing to take up LGBT books as one of the main subjects of its program. Kropotkin bases his piece on an in-depth conversation with Georgian author, playwright and translator Davit Gabunia. His work has been translated to German, but not yet to English.
Published by Olga Zilberbourg
Olga Zilberbourg is the author of LIKE WATER & OTHER STORIES (WTAW Press) and three Russian-language collections of stories. Her fiction and essays have appeared in Lit Hub, Electric Literature, Scoundrel Time, World Literature Today, Tin House Online, Narrative Magazine, and elsewhere. She serves as a co-facilitator of the San Francisco Writers Workshop. View all posts by Olga Zilberbourg