ELM 2022/2

Kätlin Kaldmaa
Lydia

by Loone Ots
ELM 2/2022
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Kaldmaa’s Lydia is the story of a little girl who grows up to become an esteemed poet. The author undertook the daring task of writing...

Kärt Hellerma
The Blue Mass

By Eret Talviste
ELM 2/2022
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Kärt Hellerma (b. 1956) is an Estonian writer whose debut book, Alchemy, appeared in 1997. She has since published in a variety of genres, ...

Tõnis Vilu
A Gift to the Psychiatrist

Translated by Adam Cullen
ELM 2/2022
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pp. 51–56 Am I, after the whole course of treatment, a better person now? I’ve screwed up an unbelievable amount of shit over ...

I Am Nature, Too

By Joosep Susi
ELM 2/2022
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Tõnis Vilu is one of the most outstanding and significant Estonian poets today. He has published eight[1] works in less than a decade, ...

Martin Algus, A Writer Not Bound by Borders

By Heidi Aadma
ELM 2/2022
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In 2007, Martin Algus had a dual victory: his problem play Janu (Thirst) and youth play Ise oled! (You Are!) received first and second plac...

Katja Novak: War Needs No Epithets

By Doris Kareva
ELM 2/2022
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Katja Novak (Kateryna Botnar) has lived in Estonia for several years. She is completing a master’s degree in cultural organization at the U...