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Betsy Hulick
   Betsy Hulick

Betsy Hulick about herself: I act and write plays and live in New York City; I have had a strong interest in Russia and Russian literature since my school days, probably because Russia was then the Enemy. I have translated Chekhov's major plays and vaudevilles (Uncle Vanya and Other Plays, Bantam World Classics) and my version of Gogols Inspector General was produced on Broadway; I have also translated Marriage; here and there the odd poem has appeared in a journal. My book of drawings that tell a story, A Fable for Beginners or, Only the Buttons Are Real, is available at St. Mark's bookstore. I have had fellowships at the VCCA, Yaddo, and Ragdale, as well as abroad.












































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