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Cannibals

[Van Diemen’s Land] by Diana Todea God, what if we are all preys and hunters, crawling beneath bushes and trees, holding our breath till one…

Subterranean Spark

by Lucian Mareș Truth I know the truth. Truth is unique, complete, undivided. And you are not part of it. Because your destiny is not…

Poems by Adriana Boagiu

Adriana Boagiu is a poet whose lines carry a wordy town into flowery flurries of memory and eroticism, both ingenuous and insidious. Her sound skinning…

Tender on the Smiles

by Patrick Călinescu When she had tried to smile back at me, her lips creeping on her face skin stopped her short. Unable to sketch…

Flashes

by Marius Surleac today dig under me with your bare hands until you’ll pass the ribs you’ll lose half of your soul the blood will…

Peractio

by Marius Surleac rest your wounds in my shelter tomorrow when I’ll have to die you shall give me a kiss