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Stowaway By Anatoly Kudryavitsky
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Anatoly Kudryavitsky is a Moscow-born Irish experimental poet, the grandson of an Irishman who ended up in Stalin’s GULAG. He lives in Dublin, Ireland. His collection of poems, "Shadow of... More > Time" was published by Goldsmith Press in 2005, followed by three collections of his haiku, the latest being "Horizon" (Red Moon Press, 2016). Two of his novels, "disUNITY" (2014) and "The Flying Dutchman" (2018) have been published in the UK by Glagoslav. He has also edited and translated into English anthologies of contemporary German, Ukrainian and Russian poetry, "Coloured Handprints" (Dedalus, 2015), "The Frontier" (Glagoslav, 2017) and "Mirror Sand" (Glagoslav, 2018), and edited two anthologies of Irish haiku. He won the Maria Edgeworth Poetry Prize (2003), and the Mihai Eminescu Academy Award for poetry (2017), and was twice nominated for the Pushcart Poetry Prize by the American Journal of Poetry and Shot Glass Journal.< Less
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Cross De Line, Cruzar La Linea By Israel Moor X Bey El
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[Aesthetically, the magnitude of this rare book relays a collection of comprehensive visual on the image gathering exhibitions associating to the photography practice of documentary, fine arts,... More > social & travel photography. While simultaneously conveying a profound sociological & linguistic depth on the communication of language & culture. It’s a true quintessential work of modern art in the 21st Century. The styling patterns of the photographic images representative the profession of a season photographer, as they beguilingly & masterfully demonstrates an advance utilisation of the mobile smart phone as a tool in today’s contemporary practice of photography. The extrapolating creative writing emphasis a heartfelt exercise relating to social storytelling by why of the English & Spanish languages. In essence, this publication is a highly attractive assembly of 120 photographs and 120 poetic thoughts translated from English to Spanish using resourceful online software. It’s a book of inspiration.]< Less
The Girl On The Bus By Nick Holland
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Do not miss the chance to read this book that some people have called 'THE THRILLER OF THE YEAR!' It is the story of an ordinary man thrown against his will into an extraordinary situation. John... More > Halle is a man who can see and hear the truth that remains hidden to others. Halle finds himself the pawn in a murderous game being played from both sides of the grave until he finds his own life in the deadliest danger. 'The Girl On The Bus' is the debut novel of Nick Holland, the Yorkshire writer who has previously written plays and award winning poetry and caused a sensation when it was serialised on Myspace. As the reviews roll in the praise keeps coming: "Fantastic read, I read this book and eagerly flipped page after page. Unputdownable!" (E Chadwick, Amazon.co.uk) "Wow! Amazing writing" (Anne 'Mousewords' Taylor, Californian artist on Myspace) "The best book I've read in years!" ('Bookfan' in The Daily Star) Buy it now and you will love it too!< Less
Literally More Imagery By Broose Dickinson
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"Literally More Imagery" is the third instalment in Broose Dickinson’s series of books of Literary Imagery. The text in this book, when entered into an internet browser, creates... More > images... raising the question, "What makes a picture a picture?" Broose Dickinson is a contemporary artist based in the UK who is not aligned with any particular genre or artistic tradition. A painter by trade, yet a digital and internet artist as well, he creates artwork that stimulates, confuses, and challenges the curious.< Less
Five Birmingham Poets By Eric Doumerc
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Dr. Eric Doumerc is conducting an ongoing research of the Caribbean oral traditions’ influence on Black British performance poetry. His main interests include the study of Jamaican deejaying... More > (the early 1970's period) and its influence on oral poetry. He travels to Birmingham, UK, where he interviews Five Poets with Caribbean and other international links. Included here, are the responses and poetry of Sue Brown, Moquapi Selassie, Leon Blades, Martin Glynn and Roi Kwabena, all poets living in that vibrant British Midlands city. "Five Birmingham Poets" is an excellent introduction to contemporary poetry and culture of Black Britain. It is suitable for study by students at High (Secondary) School and University levels. However also provides general readers with a splendid opportunity to experience these unique voices.< Less
A Walk through the City: Photographer Marco Leonardi’s Architectural Washington D.C. By Suzanne Fredericq and Marília Giannini
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This publication includes 143 of Marco Leonardi’s color photographs that capture the poetry of Washington D.C.’s urban architecture. The original Ektachrome and Kodachrome slides were... More > taken between 1982 and 1988 and converted to digital files for use in this publication. Marco Leonardi was born in Sanremo on the Italian Riviera in 1933. From the mid-1970’s until his death in 1990, he had made Washington D.C. his home. Leonardi shared his apartment with his close friend, the visual artist Eugene James Martin, from the late 1970’s until 1988. Martin taught him how to look at art and how to focus on photography. Additional photographs by Marco Leonardi can be viewed at: http://youtube.com/moonlightnoir and http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/yourgallery/artist_profile/artpage/40598.html< Less
The Unbearable Contact with Poets By derek beaulieu
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The Unbearable Contact with Poets, derek beaulieu’s second selection of essays and reviews, is essential reading. A keen and shrewd essayist, he marks himself out as one of the key commentators... More > on contemporary concrete and conceptual poetry. The selection includes a substantial review of concrete poetry by women, an exploration into concrete and conceptual poetic representations of the holocaust, alongside interviews with Tony Trehy, Natalie Simpson and Gregory Betts, as well as lots more. The edition is also available as a free pdf at www.ifpthenq.co.uk< Less
Górecki in Context: Essays on Music By Maja Trochimczyk
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This volume gathers interviews with and studies of the music of Henryk Mikołaj Górecki (1933-2010). Interviews span his career (1962-2008) and studies are by Górecki scholars from... More > Poland, the U.K., the U.S., and Australia. Chapters highlight three symphonies: the Second Copernican (Kiwała), the Third Symphony of Sorrowful Songs (Trochimczyk) and the Fourth Tansman Episodes (Wendland). Two studies by eminent scholar and Górecki’s personal friend, Prof. Teresa Malecka present his links to tradition and his piano music. The volume also includes an overview of Górecki’s career, list of works, music examples, portraits, photographs, and a bibliography. Maja Trochimczyk, Ph.D., is a music historian, poet, photographer, and non-profit director born in Poland and living in California (www.trochimczyk.net). Her work on Górecki was previously published in the Musical Quarterly, the Polish Music Journal, and Organized Sound. She published six books on music, six volumes of poetry, and hundreds of articles and poems.< Less
Unchained By Various
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Unchained is a contemporary and diverse collection of fiction and poetry by established writing group, Bristol Women Writers. The book was inspired by the 400th anniversary in 2013 of... More > Bristol’s original ‘chained’ library. It contains fiction and poetry by 10 writers from Bristol Women Writers group and an introduction by flash fiction author Tania Hershman. The book will be launched at the Bristol Central Library on Wednesday October 23 as part of Bristol Festival of Literature. Profits from the book will be donated to the National Literacy Trust, an independent charity that works to help all children in the UK learn to read and write. Delve in to discover how centuries of well-thumbed pages and the remarkable Bristol Central Library building has liberated the writers’ imagination.< Less

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