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La Pagina Cancellata

La Pagina Cancellata

Posted on Feb 11, 2021

La Pagina Cancellata racconta l’esperienza di Antonio Ascari, deportato in Germania come lavoratore coatto nel 1944. Attraverso la scrittura creativa, questo libro dà voce a documenti e memorie, colmandone i vuoti con l’immaginazione e perseguendo una verità in primo luogo affettiva, un rituale di commemorazione che abbraccia insieme ad Antonio la sua...

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Now This – Reflections on our Arts and Cultures

Now This – Reflections on our Arts and Cultures

Posted on May 16, 2020

This collection of essays by visual artists explores current political and health issues adversely affecting our arts and cultures. With the dreadful tragedy of Covid-19, our shared suffering and loss confirm our place in Europe more firmly than ever, regardless of those attempting to cut our ties. We must also bear in mind how continued racism,...

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The New York Collection

The New York Collection

Posted on May 4, 2020

THE NEW YORK COLLECTION BITTERSWEET SHORT STORIES FOR UNSETTLING TIMES   Nashville shoeshine describes Robert’s own 9/11 experience. A narrow escape for the Chelsea Hotel is about a brash young property developer wanting to take over this famous but shabby hotel, so he can make it great again. That most infamous cigar is a naughty satire based on a...

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The Birmingham Collection

The Birmingham Collection

Posted on Apr 20, 2020

THE BIRMINGHAM COLLECTION FUNNY SHORT STORIES FOR UNSETTLING TIMES   Sunny the Indian Datsun is a parable of racial integration, by turns funny, moving and shrewd, and with a central character so endearing that it seems a shame that cars can’t talk. Set in a museum the witty scenes in Living History juxtapose our colonial record of exploitation...

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Rebel Alliance – Short Story Anthology

Rebel Alliance – Short Story Anthology

Posted on Jan 27, 2020

Here is an anthology to start a conversation. It is varied in style, voice and subject matter, it questions and satirises in equal measure. Above all, it is a good read and that is surely the best way to make any challenge to the doublespeak we must daily contend with. One of the themes of this collection is yearning – for a better life, for freedom, for...

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