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Chiara Daino – We are alone [I will die in Paris]

"We are alone" is a novel that delineates loneliness. Divided into five (dis)similar and uneven parts, it is full of authorial notes, through which...

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...

Sam Franza – Alice at the mirror

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Gérard de Nerval – The Tale of Caliph Hakim

  Joy and revolution An extremely fascinating long story, which mixes Christian culture and “The Arabian Nights” into a crucible of familiar references while avoiding sterility...

Liam O’Flaherty – The Black Soul

"Everything dies in winter". So begins the novel of one of the best Irish writers of the 20th Century. Then he describes Winter as...

Heiko H. Caimi – Alice in the mirror

  After taking a shower, Alice stood in front of her mirror, without looking at it. It was a large, vertical mirror, almost occupying the...

Heiko H. Caimi – Sick Earth

  I came home in the evening, while long shadows were extending between the buildings, bridging at dusk. I crossed the main street and slipped...

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...