Review: Olga Zilberbourg’s “Like Water and Other Stories”

“The thread connecting these tales is each protagonist’s attempt to come to terms with an identity that is always in flux, transitioning between various contexts such as emigration, motherhood, partnership, and employment. For this reason, bicultural readers of varied backgrounds will likely hear their own experiences resonating with this collection.”

Anna Kasradze reviews Olga Zilberbourg’s debut collection in The Moscow Times:

https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2019/08/24/olga-zilberbourgs-like-water-and-other-stories-a66997

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