End of a Central Asia Summer

I’ve been quite delinquent of late with regard to updating this, but I’ve been busy and it’s been nice out. Since last I posted, I’ve written 51 things. I’ve bolded the ones you should definitely read.

I’ll try to be more diligent about posting–and I’m going to try to branch out in this space. For work I’m Central Asia half the time and Magazine things the other half; I have a great number of interests beyond what’s represented here and want to keep pushing myself to be a better writer, journalist, editor.

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3 thoughts on “End of a Central Asia Summer

  1. That’s an impressive list, and very kind of you to make the reader’s job even easier by highlighting some of the pieces 😉
    Keep up the good work. It’s great to have another voice reporting on the weird and wonderful world of Central Asia.

  2. There’s a dearth of information about the Stans. Do you also cover social and cultural issues there? I heard that a lot of Uzbekis are related to one ancestor. Have you heard this?

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