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Rafael Chirbes, Writer of the present Spain, Dies at Age 66

Rafael Chirbes (Tavernes de la Valldigna, 1949 – 2015) died on August 15 from lung cancer. He had been successful since the publication of Crematorio… 429 more words

Seven days

Mum, don´t read this, it might be upsetting.

Not my best work, it´s more of a processing … process.

The box had gone cold by the time the train rolled into the city. 1,156 more words

Prose

The call at the crematorium

The other day, I was on my way to a collision call when dispatch broadcasted a panic alarm over the radio at a crematorium. Now, that in itself sounds weird. 464 more words

Police Blog

Of life and death, Requiem by Goran Bertok

The book « Requiem » of Slovenian photographer Goran Bertok is, in my opinion, one of the books published this year, the most difficult to tackle. 758 more words

Photobooks

Where are the flowers?

I lie in silence,
oozing heart inside embalmed skin,
as the greasy trickle of grey faces swirls by my casket,
names rattling in the tepid radius of the ceiling fan. 161 more words

Poetry

Crematorium

I feel like a fraud.
I didn’t know you, yet here I am,
standing at the back of the hall, in this black dress I’ve worn once, 127 more words

Poetry

"Cremation" roasted on latest non-PC sign above Lake Worth bar

The marquee above Harry’s Banana Farm on North Dixie Highway in Lake Worth has had some memorable non-PC messages over the years, from “We’ve got beer colder than your ex-wife’s heart” to “Welcome to Lake Worth: Batteries not included.” 97 more words

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