LITERATURES FROM THE WORLD

WORDS FROM IRELAND

June Caldwell – Upcycle: an account of some strange happenings on...

It is hardly worth telling, this story of mine, or at least in a modern context, because so many people go through the same...

Lauren Foley – Hot Rocks

Seaside village, North County Dublin, Ireland, 1993 Her first boyfriend used to kiss her after coffee and oranges. It was a strange taste. But she...

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FACING EAST

Angel Ivanov – Technical drill

Feverishly he went into the booth and nervously, but quietly closed the metal door behind him. He left the stolen key on the table beside the desk. He swivelled round the dusty...

Angel Ivanov

Angel Ivanov, aged 30, has worked as a journalist and TV screen writer. He is also a devoted traveler who has walked the whole distance of the Black-sea coast of his motherland...

Mitko Gogov – [just a little prayer] *

when you’re silent, you say the most, when you dream, you see the most. elephants wake to the orchestra inside you - for the first time the hunters are scared by their own trumpets. take a look inside...

Mitko Gogov and the Enhalon award

From the first half of September 2018 Inkroci’s rubric “Facing East” will be presenting the translated text and the winning authors of the Enhalon award for young Macedonian poetry – in particular, a poem...

M.B. Ionescu-Lupeanu – A Guy with a Pizza Box

The girl’s birth was declared at the civil register. She went back through the deserted park, towards maternity. An autumn morning. She started down the alley running alongside the Bucharest-Ploiești Highway, nearing the end of the...

M.B. Ionescu-Lupeanu

Every writer is God in his writing, M.B. Ionescu-Lupeanu wrote to me in an email, and the evening after the presentation of his second novel in a Bulgarian city beside the Danube, he told...

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Louise Nealon – The Possibility of Snow

It was embarrassing at first, when they didn’t know each other. The postwoman would say hello and Miriam would say I’m grand even though...