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CultureCult Magazine - Winter 2015-16 Issue By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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Our rich features boast an introspective insight into the world of David Bowie, a literary enthusiast evaluating classics in a postmodern age and a special piece on why Donald Trump sounds uncannily... More > like one of the participants from 'The Real Housewives of New York'. The winter issue also boasts 4 original short stories varying from the elegantly absurd to the historical and even horror. Featuring 15 poems of eight poets from all over the world, the issue also features the third installment of the acclaimed novel 'Cross eyed sleep' featuring the professional assassin David. Three poems of noted Bengali litterateur Adwaita Mallabarman on the Battle of Plassey have been translated especially for this issue. CultureCult Magazine is a vibrant, fully illustrated magazine of the Arts, Literature and Culture, published from Kolkata, India. It has been a gracious host to a variety of opinions and works of authors from all around the globe from its very first issue.< Less
Kenji Siratori: Witzelsucht By Kenji Siratori
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Japanese avant-garde artist Kenji Siratori who is currently bombarding the internet with wave upon wave of highly experimental, uncompromising, progressive, intense. His is a style that not only... More > breaks with tradition, it severs all cords, and can only really be compared to the kind of experimental techniques employed by the Surrealists, Francis Bacon and Robert Rauschenberg. His first novel Blood Electric (Creation Books) was acclaimed by David Bowie and Dennis Cooper. And he collaborated with David Toop and Andrew Liles as sound artist. His first art book Witzelsucht is embracing the image mayhem of the digital age, his relentless painting is nonsensical and extreme, avant-garde and confused, with precedence given to twisted imagery, pace and experimentation. With unparalleled stylistic terrorism, he unleashes his art attack. An unprovoked assault on the senses. Enter his dark dream-world, both whimsical and baleful.< Less
Apollo Ambition By Martin Kielty
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A legend of the Glasgow Apollo, written by Martin Kielty – author of acclaimed documentary book Apollo Memories… Monday, May 1, 1978... AC/DC just left town with a live album on tape.... More > Thin Lizzy, David Bowie, UFO and Black Sabbath are on their way. Logie Paterson, singer with local heroes Fox Ache, looks forward to a show by his favourite band, Night Garden. There’s a lot on his mind, and not just the World Cup campaign. He’s thinking of quitting his group, and rumours abound that Night Garden have gone punk (at least, that’s what the NME says). But worse, far worse: the Glasgow Apollo is about to close – and that means Logie will never get the chance to play there. This is the story of one night in 126 Renfield Street, among the Glasgow choir, in front of the sloping stage, under the bouncing balcony... surrounded by the infamous Apollo bouncers. Illustrations by Jim MacNee.< Less
My Love By Michel Haddi & Martine Brand
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Michel Haddi specially wrote a short story in a matchbox for MatchBoox. 'My love', particular recommended for all lovers. Image and text give shape to this passionate ode to love. English text with... More > photographs and illustrations by Martine Brand. MatchBoox are handmade books in a matchbox, for lovers of special books. Michel Haddi is one of the world’s leading fashion photographers for over 20 years. Haddi's work has graced the most prestigious magazines in the fashion industry such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stones. Haddi captured breathtaking images of some of the biggest names in the business like Angelina Jolie, Clint Eastwood, Cameron Diaz, Johnny Depp, Kate Moss, Jennifer Lopez, Tupac Shakur, Nicolas Cage, David Bowie, Heath Ledger, Martin Scorsese, Uma Thurman, Janet Jackson and many more.< Less
Main Trunk Lines: Collected Railway Poems By Michael O'Leary
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Michael O’Leary’s new book is the first to collect his entire oeuvre of New Zealand railway poems. Spanning over 30 years of his writing, it runs the length of the railway in Aotearoa and... More > depicts many of the country’s railway stations and towns. The central poem of the book is O’Leary’s sequence Station to Station, a cognac dedicated to the rock artist David Bowie. Mark Pirie writes in the foreword: “Michael’s poems take the reader on their own rail journey, stopping from station to station and recording the life and times of the people and places around them. But the train can also be a metaphor for life, the great journey we are all part of which encompasses both love and death. There’s no stopping for long with Michael, as the next train arrives and the next journey awaits.”< Less
Main Trunk Lines: Collected Railway Poems By Michael O'Leary
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Michael O’Leary’s new book is the first to collect his entire oeuvre of New Zealand railway poems. Spanning over 30 years of his writing, it runs the length of the railway in Aotearoa and... More > depicts many of the country’s railway stations and towns. The central poem of the book is O’Leary’s sequence Station to Station, a cognac dedicated to the rock artist David Bowie. Mark Pirie writes in the foreword: “Michael’s poems take the reader on their own rail journey, stopping from station to station and recording the life and times of the people and places around them. But the train can also be a metaphor for life, the great journey we are all part of which encompasses both love and death. There’s no stopping for long with Michael, as the next train arrives and the next journey awaits.”< Less
Main Trunk Lines: Collected Railway Poems By Michael O'Leary
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Michael O’Leary’s new book is the first to collect his entire oeuvre of New Zealand railway poems. Spanning over 30 years of his writing, it runs the length of the railway in Aotearoa and... More > depicts many of the country’s railway stations and towns. The central poem of the book is O’Leary’s sequence Station to Station, a cognac dedicated to the rock artist David Bowie. Mark Pirie writes in the foreword: “Michael’s poems take the reader on their own rail journey, stopping from station to station and recording the life and times of the people and places around them. But the train can also be a metaphor for life, the great journey we are all part of which encompasses both love and death. There’s no stopping for long with Michael, as the next train arrives and the next journey awaits.”< Less
Make Love and War By Michael O'Leary
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Make Love and War is Michael O’Leary’s first all new poetry collection since Toku Tinihanga (2003). The first section comprises his romantic and elegiac poems, written about friends,... More > people and places and includes the elegy for the late musician/writer Graeme Collins as well as several love poems, including the title poem. The second section moves away from shorter lyrics and includes two technically adroit longer poems ‘Auckland Revisited’ (which explores his early years in Auckland) and ‘Station to Station’ – an on the road rail blues song for David Bowie. As with O’Leary’s earlier works popular music is an important influence on the structure and form of his unique poetic. This new collection is sure to please fans old and new alike.< Less
3000 Facts about Actors By James Egan
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Benedict Cumberbatch was kidnapped while in South Africa. He convinced the kidnappers to let him go by pretending to be brain-damaged. Brad Pitt has a condition that prevents him from recognising... More > faces. Michael Fassbender's character in Prometheus is based on David Bowie. Tom Cruise's real name is Thomas Mapother IV. Tom Hardy comes up with characters by watching reality tv shows. Morgan Freeman is a private pilot. During interviews with Robert De Niro, journalists are forbidden to talk to about wine. Until Jack Nicholson was 37, he thought his mother was his sister and his grandmother was his mother. Alan Rickman was 42 when he starred in his first movie. Robin Williams was voted the Least Likely to Succeed while he was in high school.< Less
The Gamekeeper at Home: Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life By Richard Jefferies
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Richard L. Jefferies (born March 1956) is an American... More > screenwriter, film producer, film director and editor. He wrote and executive produced Cold Creek Manor. He was a screenwriter on Tron Legacy for Disney Studios and directed the 2008 Syfy Original film Living Hell aka Organizm. Jefferies is partners with writer/director/producer Ethan Wiley in transmedia production company Wiseacre Films.Jefferies' father was a movie theater manager. He studied from 1974 to 1978 at California Institute of the Arts. Together with Mark Kirkland he won an Student Academy Award for his animated short film Fame about a song by David Bowie. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Jefferies_(screenwriter)< Less

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