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Review By Sheila Scobba Banning
By Manjinder Kaur Wratch Traditional history stockpiles bitter memories of the past which slush hatred and create divisions. Literature has a leading edge over traditional history as the creative powers of the writers have always invested in tales of love, compassion and friendship.
Review By Tanmoy Bhattacharjee
Review By Shola Balogun
Review By Ogunniyi Abayomi
Review By Dr. Ajay K Chaubey
Review By Dustin Pickering This small chapbook, although containing only thirty-six pages, manages to speak volumes on the experience of mental illness and institutionalization. The author notes in his preface that part of the inspiration was an interest in psychology and neuroscience, especially the use of lobotomy in Britain during the middle of the last century.
Review By Scott Thomas Outlar
Review By Tanvi Bijawat
Review By U Atreya Sarma This Summer and That Summer is the third collection of poems by the Mumbai-based poet Sanjeev Sethi, his earlier two being Suddenly for Someone, and Nine Summers Later. A widely acclaimed author with his work featured in many journals and newspapers, he ensconces himself in the hearts of poetry and […]
Review By Sunil Sharma
Review By Valda Organ
Nnaemeka Nwangene reviews Chukwunonso Daniel Ogbe‘s book. An essay can be defined as a short piece of writing on one particular subject written by a student. It is also a short piece of writing written by a writer for publication.
Police Wife: The Secret Epidemic of Police Domestic Violence by Susanna Hope and Alex Roslin: A Review
By Val B. Russell Maritime stories have always captivated readers with tales of ship wrecks, pirates and the battle of man against the raging sea. Moby Dick, The Old Man and the Sea, Treasure Island etc, the list is endless. Most are works of fiction, fanciful and designed to entertain mainlanders who […]
© 2015 Hana Hindráková Review By Valda Organ Kenya is a country of extreme contrasts: a culturally vibrant land always on the brink of social/political tumult. However, to many western people Africa itself is still shrouded in mystique, a sort of wild place that can never be tamed or fully understood by white culture.
By Selma Sergent MELANCHOLIA (an Essay) by Kristina Marie Darling is a collection of poems one might snatch from dreams. Darling creates a fragile, delicate world that is ethereal, otherworldly, beautiful, wistful, and full of longing, all securely wrapped in a […]
SOB is Bridget Jones having an affair with Edgar Allen Poe on paper. The somber gloom of Poe and the wry single girl longing for a lasting relationship, mingle in every line and kiss with every comma.
By Selma Sergent Barbara Lambert is a Canadian writer. She has won the Danuta Gleed Award for Best First Collection of Short Fiction and the Malahat Review Novella Prize, and been a finalist for the Ethel Wilson Prize and the Journey Prize. […]
Review By James Ouma The Blue Sweater is an inspiring true story based on Jacqueline Novogratz who quit a promising career in international banking at Chase Manhattan to help bridge the gap between the rich and poor. It all begun with a blue sweater which she owned and loved while growing up. As she became […]
By Selma Sergent Quarto Barto is from Cincinnati, Ohio. A Tuck Magazine contributor, he is self-described as: ‘The great grandson of Vaudevillian performers, he writes poetry and prose with an American flair. Quarto has travelled extensively and draws influence from […]