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“I wonder does anybody do anything at Oxford but dream and remember, the place is so beautiful.” – William Butler Yeats
As January comes to an end and March begins to unfurl its days and make its way closer to us, I have been thinking of one of my favourite times of the year: The Oxford Literary Festival.
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Day 81: Wife of the Gods, by Kwei Quartey
In a remote Ghanaian village where an age-old custom of female indentured servitude is practiced, Inspector Darko Dawson investigates the murder of a young medical student who clashed with the village elders. 760 more words
An epic-fantasy writer and an engineering student of Manipal Institute of Technology, Nishant Muralidharan recently launched his book, “Tempestatem”. The book will be on stands and also available on online stores. 154 more words
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Acidic Fiction publishes contemporary speculative fiction, which includes science fiction, fantasy, horror, slipstream, and magic realism. As a general guideline, stories should take place within roughly the past 100 years or the next 10.