Month: April 2016

Red by Christopher Farley

  My hands worked quickly.  The knife I held in my right hand sliced down, red seeped from the cut.  The knife went deeper, still the red oozed and spread across the table, forming little pools, so red. The colour soaked...

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Book Review by Omer Tarin

    Anne Tammel is a well-known name in poetic/literary circles in the USA, and increasingly known, now, amongst serious readers and literati in Europe, the Middle East and South Asia.  She has already previously...

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Unexpected Angel by Farah Ghuznavi,

She barreled through the crowd wrapped tightly around my shrinking figure, a miniature dynamo of flying blond curls and righteous indignation. “Leave her alone! What are you staring at?!” she barked, her sense of authority...

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An Intimate Talk by Niels Hav

Poetry is such a futile activity. I’m sure most poets know the feeling. We run around in the streets tormented by astounding metaphors. Who care if we find the right word or not? Searching for truth is like hunting in the dark,...

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