Thanks to Sovay for the shout out on Live Journal for my translation of Victory over the Sun and for the Červená Barva Press bookstore.
Well what's to be done I'll go away askance into the 16th century through the quotes over here
Delightful surprise of the week: visiting the brick-and-mortar office of Červená Barva Press
in the basement of the Somerville Armory and discovering that not only
do they sell their own books, like the chapbook of Aleksei Kruchonykh's
libretto for the Futurist opera Victory Over the Sun
(1913, trans. Larissa Shmailo 1980/2014) I had originally contacted the
publisher about, they are a really lovely tiny used book store. My
mother left with Gene Stratton-Porter's The Harvester (1911), Inez Haynes Irwin's Maida's Little School (1926), and Frances Hodgson Burnett's Robin
(1922), all first editions—jacketless, but in otherwise quite
respectable condition; the first two are books from her childhood and
the third neither of us had ever heard of, so fingers crossed it's not
terrible. I walked out with Barbara Helfgott Hyett's In Evidence: Poems of the Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps (1986) and the Signet paperback of Mickey Spillane's Kiss Me, Deadly (1952), which I did not buy solely for its cover, but you must admit it helps. I am enjoying Victory Over the Sun.