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Heiko H. Caimi – Tomorrow is another day

It was a night like many others in town. The new moon was late in lightening the alleys and paths among houses and fields...

Anna Ettore – Solitudes

  He observed that his bus was late again that morning. Fortunately just for a few minutes, but enough to make him rush to get...

Essayists are more inventive than novelists – Interview with Luigi Amara

Poetics of recovery. This is what the works of Luigi Amara appear to be. Amara is a Mexican essayist and poet, author of books...

Andrea Peirone – In Spirits

A large crowd of disciples had gathered on the high-backed chairs of an old theatre and curiously leaned forward towards the centre of the...

Dylan Thomas – Should Lanterns Shine

Should lanterns shine, the holy face, Caught in an octagon of unaccustomed light, Would wither up, and any boy of love Look twice before he fell from...

Mary O’Donnell – The Space Between Louis and Me

  Introduction A poet, short-story writer and novelist with many books and collections to her name, Mary O’Donnell is in the enviable position of having the...

No Nukes: interview with Alfonso Navarra

Alfonso Navarra is an “anti-journalist”, writer and editor of the magazine “Difesa – ambiente” (Defending the environment). He has always been a pacifist and...

Giorgio Olivari – Zuava

Elide was born in 1926. Born a fascist. She was the daughter of a railway worker, who had been obliged to become a National Fascist...

‘The capture’ by Olaudah Equiano

One day, when all our people were gone out to their works as usual, and only I and my dear sister were left to...

Giorgio Olivari – The promised future

  The rumble of the locomotive accompanies the cadenced rhythm of the wagons that, like jan-gling bells, resound at every junction of the rails. The...