Sasha Vasilyuk

Sasha Vasilyuk

Writing makes me forget to eat.

Sasha Vasilyuk is an award-winning Russian-American writer who has been published in Harper's Bazaar, LA Times, Huffington Post, USA Today, Newsweek, San Francisco Chronicle and others.

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Harper's Bazaar

Where to Go in 2017

A travel list, where I contributed thoughts about Warsaw, Poland

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The Huffington Post

On Europe's Edge Bison Roam Free | The Huffington Post

In the middle of a forest, where European Union ends and Belarus begins, there is a village called Bialowieza.

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Harper's Bazaar

Why I Decided to Elope for My Wedding - What Eloping Is Really Like

For me, the most romantic way to get married was to elope.

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USA TODAY

Opinion Ukrainian struggle shreds family: Column

Opinion Ukrainian struggle shreds family: Column

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The Huffington Post

Don't Say 'Divorce' in the Wedding Industry

Divorcée is not a nice word. It's a word that tries to be as chic as a little black dress, but ends up more like a bunny suit on an aging cocktail waitress.

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Best Travel Writing

Stranger in Jerusalem

Solas Award Gold Winner for "Doing Good or the Kindness of Strangers"

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elbalazomedia.com

Two Riders | El Balazo Media

El Balazo Media: Two Riders, an excerpt from Sasha Vasilyuk's forthcoming memoir.

Special Events Magazine

Weddings | Special Events Magazine

Weddings | Special Events Magazine

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Los Angeles Times

Uruguay: Coastal reveries, away from it all

COLONIA DEL SACRAMENTO, Uruguay - Straddling the crest of a sand dune, my back to the Atlantic Ocean, I watched...

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In The Fray

A Stranger in Jerusalem | In The Fray

A Stranger in Jerusalem | In The Fray

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Los Angeles Times

Russia reimagines its culinary traditions

Since then, Moscow and St. Petersburg have become pricey, globalized megalopolises with sushi bars, hookah parlors and pizzerias that play to locals' thirst for all things foreign.

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East Bay Express

Badminton Is Not for Sissies | Feature

On a chilly Tuesday night, nothing but the sleepy hum of the highway disturbed the silence of an Emeryville street. But inside a giant warehouse behind the railroad tracks, it was another story. Dozen...

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Los Angeles Times

Moscow on the cheap

Yet behind this facade live most of Moscow's 10.5 million inhabitants -- the IKEA-shopping, subway-traveling middle-class residents who like indie theaters and smoky, underground cafes.
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In The Fray

Russian Intellectual Football

Semyon, Alexei, and Paul (from left to right) rehea...