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The future is a bad path – Interview with seven writers...

To celebrate the release of the two anthologies curated by Gian Filippo Pizzo – La cattiva strada (The Bad Path), published by Delmiglio, and...

Inkroci n. 26 – Cover

Cover photo by Rita Marinelli Cover graphic by Heiko H. Caimi

Road to Perdition

USA, 1930s. Michael O’Sullivan is a good family man and leads an apparently secluded and devoted life. While Michael goes to work, as every...

The future is a bad path – Interview with seven writers

On the occasion for  the anthologies publications, “The bad road” (Delmiglio editions) and, “The future’s price” (La Ponga Editions)- both edited by Gian Filippo...

Theodore Sturgeon – The Dreaming Jewels

Hope is a dream within reach After having suffered the umpteenth injustice, Horty, a weird adoptive child harassed by his stepfather Armand Bluett, decides to...

Lucille Fletcher – The Girl In Cabin B54

High Anxiety Mysteries A ship's doctor thinks he has permanently buried his past but a creepy young lady, who apparently is also a gifted psychic,...

Henry James – The Middle Years

A promise not kept March 1st. 1869. Henry James arrived in Liverpool and, had a sudden whim to go London, the city with which he...

John Dickson Carr – The Crooked Hinge

Murders and witchcraft A rich English squire who miraculously survived the sinking of the Titanic - and is haunted by weird nightmares - is accused...

Cataldo Russo – Don Pietraviva’s Fences

“Don Pietraviva’s fences” is a milestone of Italian fiction, a choral fresco which relates the fate of the poor.  Central to the novel is...

Jerome Charyn and Joe Staton – Family Man

Amorality Wins New York: the story is set in a distant future, where the streets are ruled by dirty cops and ruthless criminal gangs. But the...