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Ilona Jerger – And Marx kept silent in Darwin’s garden

A novel that tells, with frequent flash-backs, the last years of two of the most important minds of the nineteenth century: Charles Darwin and...

Coal and Ink – The Scottish working class in the works...

Mourning the recent loss of a great contemporary writer, William McIlvanney, we decided, quite unusually for our magazine, to reprint an article devoted to...

Cataldo Russo – The Sky Above Me

Nothing was born from diamonds   A bundle of clothes, a heap of plastic bags and newspapers covering the desperation of an abandoned body.Unfortunately, many...

Giuseppe Ciarallo – Psychomarket

The man slowly walks along the endless corridor, preceded by a huge empty shopping cart that seems to drag him along rather than being...

Writing is like making love: interview with Giuseppe Ciarallo

As a writer, you start at 36 years with your collection Racconti per sax tenore (Stories for tenor sax).  Someone would say it is...

Colosseum Live

A Rope Ladder to the Moon If there’s something that really pisses me of, it’s that in the chaotic world we happen to live in,...

Tito Schipa, Jr. – Orfeo 9

Orfeo 9 forever It was 1974. I was 16 and had a girlfriend who had just given me Tito Schipa Jr’s Orfeo 9 (Orpheus 9),...

The Tenant

I knew of Roland Topor from his work in graphics. I had been always interested in his dark, surreal, cynically satirical, noir, but brilliant...

Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Tarkus

Tarkus… how can I forget it? It was my very first LP, bought for 3500 lire at the ‘Disco Club’ in Milan at the...

Giuseppe Ciarallo – DanteSka

Poem: the apocrifunk by Ciarallo It is surprising how some authors can write in verse and rhyme in such a smooth and modern way, talking...