We break from the norm this week as we talk about a Russian writer with humble beginnings and a new perspective, Anton Chekhov.

Show Notes

Social Justice Links!  We’re all in this together, so let’s support each other.

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Here are the links relating to the episode:

This is the piece by Boris Fishman that I read in the episode. PLEASE read this one.

This is a diluted biography of Chekhov…even more so than this episode!  But it’s still good and has pictures.  We all like pictures, come on.

This is a piece from The Guardian written by a playwright.  It’s a great read.