Katia Kapovich

Katia Kapovich, a bilingual poet writing in English and Russian, lives in Boston.

Poem: ‘Forbidden Fellini’

Katia Kapovich, 24 May 2001

For Nikos

The Union of Moldavian Cinematographers had a film archive where they showed European and American movies, but only to members of the Union itself. Located in a large crimson villa built by the Dutch architect Bernardadsey in the New Tradition style, the place was surrounded by a handsome wrought iron grille and guarded from within by a Soviet militia woman. The villa faced the city...

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