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VVAA – Living Labor

  Choosing  to tell the world of labor, the real one, live, experienced day after day by people who do or suffer it- in ten...

VVAA – Agents of Treachery

The best spy is the one uncovering history A decent anthology, edited by Otto Penzler, with prominent authors and fourteen stories which, though in most...

Heiko H. Caimi – Mother, tongue

Mother, mother how much you are tongue to me how much language is to me my mother blending strong with soft, soft words immeasurably true in their...

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...

Émile Zola – L’Assommoir

Our future is our past Assommoir: watering hole, or, in this case, butchery. This is what Colombe’s inn was called. And we can easily understand...

Heiko H. Caimi – The Predestined Ones

Against the backdrop of a labour strike, there are twelve interwoven destinies; twelve characters who will be part of an unexpected sequence...

Massimo Carlotto – Nothing, nothing more in the world

Main character: a middle-aged mother. Secondary characters: her husband, her daughter. Location: a working-class neighborhood in Turin. Time: today. Massimo...

Inkroci n. 32 – The cover

Cover photograph: Lara Gregori

The Abominable Dr. Phibes

The main character is Dr. Phibes, a car crash survivor whose wife tragically dies in the same terrible accident. Still alive although disfigured, he...

Serge Quadruppani – The Politics of Fear

None other than our world In his essay The politics of fear, what Serge Quadrupani shows us, as Wu Ming 1 say in the preface,...