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Mitko Gogov and the the Enhalon award

From the first half of September 2018 Inkroci’s rubric “Facing East” will be presenting the translated text and the winning authors of the Enhalon...

Luigi Meneghello – The Little Masters

A Resistance that palpitates with humanity Luigi Meneghello tells his own experience during the first years of the war of Liberation, when still those who...

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...

Elaine Cosgrove – Greening

I. Cold February, Galway Novena comes around again. Students burst home past the Cathedral’s line. The rain starts to come down hard and under white flap, a trailer...

Elaine Cosgrove – Inside the 24hr

First we all hear the shuffling noise. Look! a tourist outside Spar exclaims—her phone, a pitchfork claim, a scamall despair, our local newsprint’s state stories so close,...

Elaine Cosgrove – Endless

We become adult on roads, on lines, on grids, on greens, on grey spaces — you cannot zoom in. We become older with the city as seer, decibels the scale from stepping...

Elaine Cosgrove

Elaine Cosgrove is from the West of Ireland. Transmissions, her debut collection of poems, is published by Dedalus Press. Elaine Cosgrove was born in Sligo...

Antonia Buizza – Friends

“What time is it?” “A quarter to nine already”. “What shall we do? Shall we order?” “I would say yes. I think we have waited too long...

Elsa Morante – The Andalusian Shawl

In 1963  at nearly 50 years of age and during a really difficult period of personal crisis in her life,  the writer Elsa Morante...
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