Mercy Brown

by Oliviu Crâznic A poem inspired by documented events of 1892`s Rhode Island    I I hear the baby crying: there`s someone at the window; The moonlight fades to pale – she`s getting in, alas! This is indeed her home, but she’s not welcome here; My antidote to darkness: one bullett through the glass.

Bob’s endeavor

by Călin Torsan translated into English by Mihai Andrei Fulgescu He was a writer, but he had never made money out of it. Moreso, he hadn’t even been capable of winning a single literature contest. So after that 2-hour walk in the park with Alice, having endured the cold and rubbish spouted by her to […]

poems by James Croal Jackson

Umbrella   In the lips of thunder, we never feel full as rain slips from our mouths– the brick streets are slicked with histories we will not yet slip. Sediment lodged in the curb will displace in time. Our tongues slicken in the dry we create so we thirst for the wet we tried simply […]

poems by Rus Khomutoff

This is not a method   O blacklist of preeminence louder than life itself countdown sequence of aired mysterious booms natural coction the shadow of a shadow of an obtainable new order to bathe in the splendor of lathe and labyrinth as momentum grows that bold and legitimate certainty of endlessly repeating variations and recollections […]

The Saṃsāra Dictionary

by Ștefan Bolea translation from Romanian by A.C. Clarke and Alina-Olimpia Miron [MTTLC] Arthur Schopenhauer (b. 22 February 1778, d. 21 September 1860, reborn on 17 November 1944) – German philosopher, famous for The World as Will and Representation, a treaty that aims at solving the issue of Kant’s unknowable noumenon. He was fonder of […]

The Losers Masquerade

by Oliviu Crâznic translation from Romanian by Nigel Walker and Alina-Olimpia Miron [MTTLC] I had staked them out ever since morning – they were both on horseback, coming from somewhere in the South, which meant they could be from my brother’s army or Herbert’s army as well. There was no way of knowing yet – […]

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