In the second print issue of Electra Street, we feature:
- Introduction by Deborah Lindsay Williams and Cyrus R. K. Patell
- “The Pygmy and the Protoplasm,” by Elizabeth L. Bradley
- “A Family Slides” by Jill Magi
- “An Interview with Slavs and Tatars” by Diana Gluck
- “What We Gained in the Fire” by Jason Tougaw
- “remembrance” by Rabha Ashry
- “Two Stories” by Jim Savio
- “Three Traditional Russian Fairy Tales Revisited” by Anna Kurkova
- “Hamlet / Ur-Hamlet: Beyond Hamletmachine” by Arianna Stucki
- “Becoming “Hamlet”” by Aysan Celik
- “UR Hamlet” by Rubén Polendo
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