How can a Central Asian writer make a living without kow-towing to authority, penning porno, or writing schlock? Perhaps the region’s nomadic past could offer a new, old style by Didar Amantay LAKE YSSYK-KUL, Kyrgyzstan–This is no easy time for Central Asia’s authors. The literary lions of the Soviet era have lost their largesse and […]

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