I have quite a few things to write about but spring apathy caused, no doubt, by vitamin deficiency, is keeping my concentration ability at a level where I can barely pen a coherent line. In lieu of those incomprehensible insights, I recommend J.Cassian’s entry on the death of Stanislaw Lem, the great Polish sci-fi author who has been so impressively popular in Russia for four decades.

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