INKROCI N.32 – JANUARY 2019

Stories

Gertrude Stein – Johnny Grey

What did he say. I was disagreeing with him. He said he didn't have it by his side. He said. Hurry. Eat it. I am not going to talk...

Antonia Buizza – Immortality

I met Maicol at primary school, but only three years ago I understood how worthy he was. He went within a split time from barely...

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EDITORIAL

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

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...

Angels in America

Angels in America is the TV adaptation of Tony Kushner’s play Angels in America – A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, whose division in two...

The Piano Teacher

Erika Kohut is an excellent middle-aged piano teacher at a Vienna music conservatory. Despite her mature age Erika’s life is constantly controlled, day after...

Celeste Augé – How I Learnt to be Jewish

The thing is, the reality of being a teen activist is very different to how I pictured it when I was eleven. It mostly...

Celeste Augé – Things You Find Out

There are things you find out: not all homeless people sleep on the street. Some sleep in B&Bs, some in hostels, some in hotels....

Celeste Augé

Celeste Augé is the author of Skip Diving (Salmon Poetry, 2014), The Essential Guide to Flight (Salmon Poetry, 2009) and the collection of short...

Reviews

Minal Hajratwala – Bountiful Instructions for Enlightenment

Bountiful Instructions for Enlightenment is published by The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective, one of whose patrons...

Davide Verazzani – The last Beatle. Neil Aspinall, behind the scenes of the myth

We were born not only for ourselves, but for the rest of the world

Massimo Carlotto – Nothing, nothing more in the world

Main character: a middle-aged mother. Secondary characters: her husband, her daughter. Location: a working-class...

Ennio Flaiano – A Time to Kill

The misadventures of an Italian settler Wandering in search of a doctor to nurse his toothache,...

Elisa Emiliani – Ash

During a hot wet summer in the North-East of Italy three inseparable friends live the...

Dan Simmons – The Terror

In 1845, the Erebus and the Terror, two English sailing ships, sail in search of...

Philip Roth – Portnoy’s Complaint

A nearly frantic irony The recent passing of Pulitzer Prize’s recipient Philip Roth, who is also...

Miriam Bonetti – Mukarib

My name is Mukarib, but everyone calls me Mucca. Not Muka, but Mucca, just as...

Robert Crais – Taken

With Taken I renewed the pleasure of reading a story by Elvis Cole and his...

The Earth seen from the Moon

The Earth seen from the Moon is a surreal tale which is embodied in the...

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