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Fitz-James O’Brien – A Soldier’s Letter

A Soldier’s Letter January 20, 1862 With the head of a drum for my desk, I sit on a southern slope, While the sunlight streaks the apples...

Cover Inkroci n. 11 – January/February 2015

    ___________________________ Photo by Fausto Capitanio  

Inkroci n. 11 – Colophon – January/February 2015

Magazine of culture and cinema Year III - Number 11 (21/22) – July/August 2014 Authorization by the Court of Milan n. 193, April 24, 2009   Managing Director: Sara...

Inkroci n. 11 – Contents – January/February 2015

EDITORIAL This special issue by Anna Anzani     SHORT STORIES 3009 by Niamh MacAlister     INTERVIEWS Books are like children: interview with Lia Mills by Martin Doyle   The story behind ‘Fallen’, my take on the...

Lord Dunsany – Why the Milkman Shudders When He Perceives the...

  In the Hall of the Ancient Company of Milkmen round the great fireplace at the end, when the winter logs are burning and all...

Books are like children – Interview with Lia Mills

Books are like children, leaving home. You want the world to treat them well What was the first book to make an impression on you? Black...

William Wall – In the Egyptian Collection

The guards are on strike but they have agreed to open one door each hour. At the end of that hour the floor is...

Niamh MacAlister – 3009

She looked up into the sky. The light was escaping at its edges and the moon was just becoming visible. No stars yet. There...

William Butler Yates – Far Darrig in Donegal – ...

Pat Diver, the tinker, was a man well-accustomed to a wandering life, and to strange shelters; he had shared the beggar's blanket in smoky...

Liz Nugent – Van Gogh

Introduction Here at the Irish Writers Centre, we are always looking for new ways of supporting writers in their work. In my role as director,...