In this post a lone wolf from Russia reveals the many faces of Moscow.
Vibeke Mouridsen, the author of One Thousand Followers, in a Pocketful of Dreams vol. II Europe and Africa has received this review from a reader, Liz Gaffreau, Director of Individualized Learning, Granite State College, University of New Hampshire, USA and a fiction and poetry writer herself.
An interesting blog from a native Zambian who lives in Bulgaria now. Love and respect are all you need, he says, to blend into a new culture and call a stranger your brother.
You have already met Cristina Costea from Romania. Romanians are known for their vivid imagination and intense spirituality, which they have expressed through their architecture, music, crafts, and traditions. Cristina is from that breed, intense but soft spoken.
These two beautiful people, Mane Mehrabian and Ani Sargsyan, are from distant Armenia. Armenia is the smallest of the former Soviet republics. It is bounded by Georgia on the north, Azerbaijan on the east, Iran on the south, and Turkey on the west.
My background, and therefore my writing, is quite eclectic. Growing up in an Irish-speaking Baha’í family gave me a perspective on life that is sensitive to the minority view.
Vibeke Mouridsen comes from the rainy but also very beautiful country Denmark. You may never have heard of Denmark, but you might know some famous Danish writers and poets like Soren Kirkegaard and H.C. Andersen and his fairy tale The Little Mermaid.