‘Death in Omsk’ in Kriticna masa

“What does it matter where you die, where you’re buried? It’s where you live that counts.”

My burst of confidence clearly wasn’t being reciprocated.

“I’m not so sure that dying in Omsk is any worse than living there,” Adam responded, his eyes staring blankly into a future of factory smokestacks, grimy snow and excessive drinking…

– from my short story “Death in Omsk” published today on Croatian literary site Kritična masa.

More Russian stories:

The Literary Life of Russian Airports 

Literary Theft

Kryptonite

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