Whistling through the boneyard
15 May 2008
Taut tale in NYT captures rural Kyrgyzstan
“In this remote corner of the former Soviet Union, life has shrunk to the size of the basics: tomatoes; corn; apricot trees; baby goats,” writes Sabrina Tavernise in
The New York Times
Razansai Journal: In a Kyrgyz Garden, Unburied Soviet Memories
which is accompanied by a slide show of still images.