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Barbara Ungar – PRIVILEGE (or, WHY WE CALL THE LAKE BDE...

I am swimming on this hot May day on a deserted beach in my white skin I learned to swim in Minneapolis lakes, one named after...

Tom Phillips – Poetry is the new rock’n’roll

None of us really wants it, do we? Poetry is the new rock’n’roll – the fame, the fortune, the snowdrifts of cocaine? The megastores stuffed with slim...

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Afric McGlinchey – ‘Literary Jury Duty’: Why Reviewing Matters.

I’m guessing that most reviewers are themselves poets. Many of us know that heart-in-mouth feeling of waiting for the critic’s verdict, the one that...

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COMICS

Literatures

Silvio Donà – The rookie writer launching his new novel: chronicle...

No matter how you succeeded in publishing a book: either you are the genius of the millennium, or you paid for it, or you...

“Shock bibliotherapy” suggestions

Shock bibliotherapy suggestions… every book, both fiction and non-fiction, can inspire, help, and guide us in every walk of life, as long as we...

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The world is divided into two sides/parts: one is abundant/wealthy, the other one is scarce/poor, and a selection process occurs between them. Each person,...

Gordon Ramsay – Humble Pie. My autobiography

  What’s behind this famous, starred, TV chef? What made him the man he’s today? Is he really the way he looks on TV? Humble Pie,...

The diving bell and the butterfly

A book is one of the most powerful weapons for human beings, and Jean-Dominique Bauby has understood that quite well. Editor-in-chief of Elle magazine,...

Samantha Ellis – Take Courage: Anne Brontë and the Art of...

“Shock bibliotherapy” suggestions… every book, both fiction and non-fiction, can inspire, help, and guide us in every walk of life, as long as we...

Reviews

Ray Bradbury – Farewell Summer

The Enchanted Summer tells the story of Tom, Doug, John and other kids (and adults)...

“Deep Red” by Dario Argento

We attended a parapsychology conference in Rome. In that same room, Helga Ulmann (Macha Méril),...

Scent of a Woman

Scent of a Woman (1974) is an Italian Comedy Film based on Giovanni Arpino’s novel...

Barbara Ungar – Save Our Ship

Barbara Ungar’s impressively wide-ranging collection is prefaced with two aptly chosen epigraphs which serve to...

Heinrich Böll – The lost honour of Katharina Blum

“Calumny is a little breeze”: that is what Dr. Bartolo sings in the opera “The...

John Williams – Augustus

The human aspect of power Considering the large number of people who have discovered John Williams’s...

Fellini’s Half-Past Eight (8 ½ )

8 ½ is considered one of the greatest films in the cinema history. The movie...

Jim Fergus – One Thousand White Women

This historical novel is based on a real fact: in 1875 the US president Grant...

Shaun Bythell – The Diary of a Bookseller

This is a funny and enthralling diary of a Scottish second-hand bookseller and his encounters...

Uduvicio Atanagi – Lucenti

The ‘Lucenti’ short novel has been one of the most interesting discoveries in recent months:...

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