A.L. Krantz


A hardscrabble life in war torn Belarus brings forth his scarred and thorny voice. In a nation where elections have been unfair, and political opponents violently suppressed, a poet is persona non grata. As a supporter of Belarus Free Theatre, his is a voice considered highly intimidating and politically offensive to repressive dictatorships as that currently in power in this internationally ignored country. To say he shares a viewpoint with the likes of Tristan Tzara and Anton Chekhov is to see the root of truth.


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