THE HAPPY HYPOCRITE
Issue n. 10 - Tolstoyevsky
The Happy Hypocrite Tolstoyevsky is, ideally, like a room full of high-spirited people playing a game, trying to do or say some nonsense, folding embarrassment and losses in translation into part of the exchange. The main portion of the journal is made up of responses to an open call; submissions picked up on cues within two short stories: Moles & Mice by Candice Lin, and Tolstoyevksy, written by Virginija Janukevičiūtė about a hospitable man with a house full of books who exclaimed Oh I have read all your Tolstoyevskys! when asked what he had read.With contributions and new work by ateate, David Bernstein, Monika Kalinauskaitė, Zoe Kingsley, Erika Lastovskyte, Michael Lawton, Candice Lin, Elena Narbutaitė, Nick Norton, Kim Schoen, Isabel Waidner, and Jonas akaitis. Complemented by old work (images, illustrations) from Pierre Bonnard, Giovanni di Paolo, Félix Vallotton, and Édouard Vuillard.