Blogs in March 2023

Contemporary Latvian Poetry 9th March 2023

The three books of this anthology present three generations of poets in the Baltic countries: those born before the Soviet occupation, during it, and shortly before the countries regained independence in the 1990’s. From the classical perspective of Latvian...

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My Pen Is the Wing of a Bird 19th February 2022

“My pen is the wing of a bird; it will tell you those thoughts we are not allowed to think, those dreams we are not allowed to dream” A woman’s fortitude saves her village from disaster. A teenager explores...

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Taiwan Tales 30th April 2020

More than merely stepping through the streets and trails of a land, the narrated word allows one to learn about ideas, sense passions and glimpse dreams of a place and its people. Here are eight short stories about Taiwan:...

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We All Fall Down 2nd March 2020

Plague has no favorites. In this anthology, USA Today, international bestselling, and award-winning authors imagine a world where anyone—rich, poor, young, old—might be well in the morning and dead by sundown. Readers will follow in the footsteps of those...

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Phnom Penh Noir 28th January 2020

Authors: Roland Joffé, James Grady, John Burdett, Christopher G. Moore, Kosal Khiev, Prabda Yoon, Bopha Phorn, Giancarlo Narciso, Christopher West, Richard Rubenstein, Suong Mak, Andrew Nette, Bob Bergin, Neil Wilford and Christopher Minko. Many noir anthologies have inspired writers...

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