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Miriam Bonetti – Central coffee bar

The Central was the historical bar in town, situated like a breach in the walls that surrounded the square along with an agonizing greengrocer’s...

Alexander Shurbanov – Waiting for Schliemann

Everything I’ve written has its whereabouts in spacetime. Not a word is invented, not a sound. If one day a Schliemann rakes the dust of the ages, Troy the unconquerable will...

What propels poetry into being is amazement: conversation with Alexander Shurbanov

I met Alexander Shurbanov in Sofia during the summer of 2016, on the occasion of a brief visit to the capital of Bulgaria connected...

Alexander Shurbanov

Alexander Shurbanov (Sofia, 1941) is author of many books of poems and essays. He has translated into Bulgarian Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, Shakespeare’s mature...

Aoife Casby – […]

I Beginning with desire the text was made. Sex. Ex. The thing is to write and not to be afraid. X. The resistible idea of kissing. Starts in belly, locks...

Shaun Bythell – The Diary of a Bookseller

This is a funny and enthralling diary of a Scottish second-hand bookseller and his encounters with strange clients and bizarre co-workers. Very often, it’s...

Aoife Casby – Shrine

We have been lifetimes constructing, not ourselves, but the make-up of the place we thought we ought to be. Offered magic to wells, influence to...

Aoife Casby – What Happens In The Hours In Between?

12:17 p.m. July 6th Liverpool Got these pyjamas new yesterday. They’re unlived in. It's years since I've had pyjamas. You  know, they're the sort of...

Aoife Casby

Aoife’s short fiction and poetry has been published in The Dublin Review, The Stinging Fly, Banshee, ‘Noir by Noir-West’ (Arlen House), Ropes, The Cúirt...

Neeli Cherkovski – A Poet

a poet for sure sauntering down the avenue to number 261 sporting a beret wearing Levies neatly ironed a poet is all he ever wanted to be a poet and bookseller and publisher of other poets painter translator he’s...