INKROCI N.23 – MARCH/APRIL 2017

Stories

David Valentini – It’s the law

It’s been twenty years today. I almost forgot. Had you not been interviewed today maybe I would have never thought about that. Look how...

Lord Dunsany – The Bureau d’Echange de Maux

I often think of the Bureau d'Echange de Maux and the wondrously evil old man that sate therein. It stood in a little street...

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EDITORIAL

Hard times – interview with Salman Rushdie

Once upon a time there was an ironic and debunking writer, who in 1989 was hit by a fatwa (death sentence) because his...

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COMICS

Literatures

Elaine Feeney – The Harvest

There is nothing in the old Tuam beet factory only a greasy fluthering of  Natterer’s bats and some gnawing weasels. Once the full silos were emptied...

Stig Dagerman – Dikter, noveller, prosafragment

Dikter, noveller, prosafragment is a collection of short stories, essays and poems published between 1947 and 1955 in Stockholm. This is not a homogeneous collection,...

Elaine Feeney – Oak

I’d like to spend Easter 2016 bird watching on the Isle of Wight. I will not be remembering shootings or blood. I will kill no bird. I...

Elaine Feeney – Mass

Mass will be said for no more bad language and gambling and wanking that the Athenry boys are doing, down the back of the...

Elaine Feeney

Elaine Feeney is, above all, a feminist. Her poetry examines the experience of being a woman in a patriarchal society, particularly in rural Ireland...

Gianrico Carofiglio – A Fine Line

You may wonder: what does a legal thriller do in such a column? Wasn’t it a “spiritual” column? Your question and concern are fair,...

Reviews

Ring Lardner – Out of breath

Breath of emptiness The characters of this collection of short stories act in the glorious America...
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Erri de Luca – In the name of the mother

We are all Miriàm “In the name of the father”: marks the beginning of the sign...
Henry James

Henry James – The Middle Years

A promise not kept March 1st. 1869. Henry James arrived in Liverpool and, had a sudden...
Rogelio Iriarte

Rogelio Iriarte – The Prince of Death

The ambiguous intertwining between good and evil "I need your help to turn myself in". An old...
John Dickson Carr

John Dickson Carr – The Crooked Hinge

Murders and witchcraft A rich English squire who miraculously survived the sinking of the Titanic -...
Cataldo Russo

Cataldo Russo – Don Pietraviva’s Fences

“Don Pietraviva’s fences” is a milestone of Italian fiction, a choral fresco which relates the...
Ruth Rendell

Ruth Rendell – The Second Wexford Omnibus

The irresistible Wexford People like Wexford because he’s not pleasing: he’s got a potbelly and sometimes...
Erri De Luca

Erri De Luca – Not now, not here

Life in memories  Not now, not here, Erri de Luca’s debut work, introduces the reader to...
Pino Daniele

Pino Daniele – Terra mia

We miss Pino Daniele’s music. Terra mia (My homeland) is a collage of old memories,...
mary mccarthy

Mary McCarthy – The Group

Sex and the City has not invented anything  McCarthy shows the reader, with courtesy and irony,...

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