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Heiko H. Caimi – Sick Earth

  I came home in the evening, while long shadows were extending between the buildings, bridging at dusk. I crossed the main street and slipped...

Lara Gregori – A Thread, A Dream

  He could see himself as a child sitting on a rock beside the fire while his mother, her veil lifted and her nails black...

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EDITORIAL

From the kitchen: Two-tongued Sea

How is a new Inkroci column born? How is an anthology conceived? Reading this story, you’re a witness to the inception of a transnational...

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Literatures

Lyn Coffin – on the street below…

on the street below the tanks rolled on like congealing lava you grab the backpack you prepared a week ago and add your mother's antique salt cellar then rail...

Daniel Meurois-Givaudan – This Nail I Hammered

  If there is a book that  can really open hearts and minds, and lead to a new direction in life, is "This Nail I...

Natalie Diaz – How the Milky Way Was Made

My river was once unseparated. Was Colorado. Red — fast flood. Able to take        anything it could wet—in a wild rush—                                  all the way to...

Fiona Sampson – Frankenstein’s Golem

Who is this moving swiftly through darkness in a landscape not yet given form by daylight slipping shapeless as a shadow through the dark and unknown places wearing night next to his skin wearing a pelt of...

Fernanda Burgath – “my mother said that…”

my mother said that that her mother’s said that her mother and grandmother also said that yes, you have to do the great-grandmother said yes because who first said that...

Boris Slutsky – How They Killed My Grandmother

How did they kill my grandmother? This is how they killed my grandmother: In the morning a tank Rolled up to the city bank. One hundred and fifty...

Reviews

Piergiorgio Odifreddi – The Gospel According to Science. Religions to the Litmus Test

  The pontificating atheist The author, who usually feels a great sense of self-satisfaction when is fond...

Toto – Falling in Between

  The album which marks the end of the career for Toto (but at the time...

George Mackay Brown – Greenvoe

What is the difference between community and society? As individuals, we recognize that we are...

Seumas O’Kelly – Waysiders. Stories of Connacht

  Waysiders is a path. At the same time, it is an extremely strong emotional experience,...

Jane Austen – Lady Susan

The art of planning the heart This is a ruthless epistolary novel, apparently with no way...

Shahrnush Parsipur – Women Without Men

The Right To Exist In a garden of Karaj, destination and visionary, poetic womb of a...

Character

  In Rotterdam in the Twenties, young lawyer Jacob Katadreuffe, still an apprentice, is arrested despite...

Jonathan Safran Foer – Everything is Illuminated

A book full of (broken) promises It is not always easy to disentangle the two plots...

Gérard de Nerval – The Tale of Caliph Hakim

  Joy and revolution An extremely fascinating long story, which mixes Christian culture and “The Arabian Nights”...

Robert Graves – The Scream (The Shout)

   Anguish of the Absolute A mysterious and spooky man falls into the life of a young...

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