By Dedi Felman
Reading what passes for the interview nowadays, one often wonders if the author has died—and been replaced by their publicist. So when we run across a genuinely-engaged literary conversation in the mainstream press, one almost wants to shout from the rooftops. Here is one such conversation between the always brilliant Joshua Cohen and the under-recognized Alexandr Skidan, now with a new book out from our favorite Brooklyn-Russophiles, Ugly Duckling Presse.
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