Inkroci n. 11 – Contents – January/February 2015

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EDITORIAL

This special issue

by Anna Anzani

 

 

SHORT STORIES

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by Niamh MacAlister

 

 

INTERVIEWS

Books are like children: interview with Lia Mills

by Martin Doyle

 

The story behind ‘Fallen’, my take on the Rising

by Lia Mills

 

 

WORDS FROM IRELAND

Introduction

by Valerie Bistany

 

A word from the Recipient of the Inaugural Jack Harte Bursary for Literature

by Liz Nugent

 

Van Gogh

by Liz Nugent

 

 

VERY SHORT STORIES

In the Egyptian Collection

by Wiliam Wall

 

Far Darrig in Donegal

by Letitia McClintock, William Butler Yates

 

Why the Milkman Shudders When He Perceives the Dawn

by Lord Dunsany

CLASSICS

A Soldier’s Letter

The Prisoner of War

by Fitz-James O’Brien

 

POCKET REVIEWS

Snow White, by Donard Barthelme

by Giulia Romoli

 

Heartstones, by Ruth Rendell

by Antonia Buizza

 

Alabama Song, by Gilles Leroy

by Giorgio Olivari

 

Blow-Up and Other Stories, by Julio Cortàzar

by Giulia Romoli

 

The saga of Gösta Berling,

by Selma Lagerlöf

by Giorgia Boragini

 

The Running Man, by Richard Bachman [Stephen King]

by Antonia Buizza

 

We Don’t Live Here Anymore,

by Andre Dubus

by Giulia Romoli

 

When I was five I killed myself,

by Howard Buten

by Giorgio Olivari

 

Firemen don’t come out for women in tears,

by Lisa Biggi

by Heiko H. Caimi

 

The Bell Jar,

by Sylvia Plath

by Giulia Romoli