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Book Club In Session: Let's Talk 'Petropolis'

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Book Club In Session: Let's Talk 'Petropolis'

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Book Club In Session: Let's Talk 'Petropolis'

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@elizs starts us off.

UPDATED: Our interview with Anya Ulinich.

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It's that time again, time to share your thoughts and questions about our BPP Book Club selection. This month, it was Petropolis, by Anya Ulinich, a dark and funny first novel from a young writer born in the former Soviet Union and now living in the United States. (She's also a painter; that's one of her works above.)

What did you think of her protagonist, Sasha Goldberg? Any other immigrants out there relate to her experience? Want to ask Ulinich a question?

We'll be interviewing the author later this week. Lay it out there for us, and her, in the comments.

Bonus: BPP Book Club alerts