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Family Man- Ewa Mazierska

Family Man They had been in the band for over twenty years now. Their best years, creatively and financially when a new record would sell...

The Settlement-Chris Boyland

The Settlement I’d borrowed some of your words - ‘wrong’, ‘useless’, ‘stupid’, ‘useless’

Pedigree – Fiction- David Gladwin

‘Was that all right?’ he said, panting anxious. ‘Did you like it?’ Angie plumped her pillow as he eased away. ‘Oh, it was fine.’ She...

Drifter – Fiction- Susan Anwin

Maggie saw the old geezer first on the mist-ridden streets of a nameless Scandinavian town during one of her predawn wanderings. He was some...

Bella by the Rosebush – Fiction

It smelled like coffee again. Each morning—every morning, it seemed, that same crimson odor seeped into the walls and the sheets. Each morning—every morning,...

Man Creates Itself – Fiction by John Higgins

It had been a quick death, they assured me. I’m not sure if that was meant as a gesture of consolation, or just a...

Rome modern city From Nathan to 1968

Roma città moderna Da Nathan al Sessantotto   Rome modern city From Nathan to 1968 Galleria d’Arte Moderna Modern Art Gallery Via Francesco Crispi, 245 Rome 29/03-02/12 2018 http://www.galleriaartemodernaroma.it/en Tourists visiting Rome can easily...

Shoot It – fiction by Alisdair L R I Hodgson

Shoot It by Alisdair L R I Hodgson Everyone is constrained by the little things. I imagine walking down this street – not just any...

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