Reviews of My Life through My Dresses - Growing Up Socialist
..."Dresses" is above all an autobiography of Berkovich's formative years in Kiev where Jews would always be second-class citizens, she says in her book. It may be written for adults, but "Dresses" also is a good gift for any young adult who has grown in a land of privilege and plenty."
-- Harriet Howard Heithaus
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July 2021. Premiere of One-Way Correspondence Romance Cycle in Moscow
One-Way Correspondence, a book of my Russian poetry, brought me back to Moscow 42 years after I last visited and as I sat in Leo Tolstoy’s home-museum, thinking of the guests who may have
graced these rooms, I could not believe the twist of my fate. My husband, a well-known Soviet-American-Russian composer, wrote music for several of my poems and three of the romances premiered there on a sweltering summer evening, windows open, passerby stopping to hear Victoria's wonderful voice as she performed I Like You, To That and Rain.
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Reading I Like You at an artists' gathering in Naples, FL. It transcends language barriers and cultures, because poetry is art.