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Alice Meynell e la "notte" che ha cambiato la storia

Enrico Reggiani, ilsussidiario.net. Il Quotidiano approfondito, domenica 8 aprile 2012

I poeti di guerra sono fiori nel deserto. Sono fiori che l’espressione letteraria dei popoli ha sempre coltivato nel dolore. 334 more words

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International Women's Day

Irish Lass – Robert Henri

And a very happy International Women’s Day to you too!  Here, from a perhaps surprising source, is a precis of the history of women’s rights in pre- and early capitalist Europe: 417 more words


The Young Writers: Overview Part III

Our series on new happenings in today’s literary world continues. “Hyper-Talents of the New Literary Age.”

Part III looks at the new generation of writers– literature’s hope and future. 269 more words


Everything That Rises Must Converge

This is not an original post- there’s not an original thought in it, I’m afraid.

In ‘Revelation’, a short story by Flannery O’Connor, the proud and upright Mrs Ruby Turpin sees herself as above Black people and ‘white trash’.  138 more words



My experience with the bible is that I can have read a certain passage for thirty years and then suddenly it gets highlighted and I “see” it afresh. 128 more words

Registration for Catholic Writers Conference Online 2017 Opens


Karina Fabian
E-mail: karina@fabianspace.com

Laura Lowder  E-mail: laura.lowder@gmail.com 

For Immediate Release

World Wide Web—The Catholic Writers’ Guild will hold its annual online conference for writers Feb 17-19, 2017.   291 more words


The Feast of the Holy Innocents

Well.  There always ‘them’, aren’t there – the ones we ‘can’t help’?  Those lost at sea, those lost in the womb, those whose trust was abused, those still alive but vulnerable through disability or disease. 125 more words