Katrina Keegan

Katrina Keegan is an undergraduate student at the University of Chicago studying all things Eurasia. She has lived in Russia, Moldova, Azerbaijan and Ukraine for nearly two years. Yet no matter how much time she spends eating mayonnaise-based salads and slowly becoming convinced that sitting on the ground really could cause one's ovaries to freeze, she never tires of learning about more of the region's quirks and writing about them. Her work has appeared in Verge Magazine and is forthcoming in Glint Literary Magazine

Stories

Tis the Season for Pickled Ferns and Ice Cream (Online)
No Shortage of Soup and Porridge! (Online)
Raining Cats and Hot Dogs (Online)
Adding Me, and You, and All of Us to AdMe.ru (Online)
To and From Russia with Love (Online)
American Folk Dance? Ukrainians Can Swing It. (Online)
Go, Go to Ukraine to Find Gogol (Online)
Save Russia by Air, Land and Sea! (Online)
Homecoming to Mother Russia (Online)
Folklore Far Afield (Online)
Summer Fun for All Faiths and All Ages (Online)
Off the Rails (Online)
Odessa's Underground (Online)
A Legal Message in a Bottle (Online)
13 Massive Russian Monuments You Need to See (Online)
The Road to Nowhere (Online)
Tips for Russian Train Travel (Online)
Beyond Bears: The Birds and the B(irch Tr)ees (Online)
The Illegal and the Unbelievable (Online)
A Friend of Both Russia and Ukraine (Online)
Concrete in the Clouds (Online)
Trolls, Moles, Musk Lol's (Online)
Russian Museums Get a Reboot (Online)
Opposite Day in the World's Smallest Country (Online)
Scooters Kick Off in Russia (Online)
A Place for Everything (Online)
Russian Grammar Wars (Online)
Victory Over the Past (Online)
Fact-Checking the Caucasus (Online)
17% of the Earth Day (Online)
Russian History in 13 Unusual Memorials (Online)
Come Out and Play (Online)
Estimate, Pray, Light (Online)
Naked Facts about Science, Art and Agriculture (Online)
Centuries of Slush (Online)
Wailing for Freedom (Online)
Not Such a Flowering Holiday (Online)
An ode to men, the opposite of old cat ladies (Online)

Translations

Folklore Far Afield (Online)

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