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Things Received March 31 (Not April Fool's Day): Night Lights; Contract, Proof Copy for Everywhere Stories, Vol. 2

There it was in the mailbox yesterday afternoon, a mystery package from CreateSpace.  With trembling fingers, one tore the box open and . . . yes . 205 more words

Horror

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

One of my all time favourite books that I have rated 5 stars

This is an easy and enchanting novel to read that’s full of wisdom and life lessons. 148 more words

Thought Provoking

International Fiction

Is it relatable?

An article by Angshuman Das, relatable — “able to be brought into relation with”

my article on writing in your second language.

Writing

Spotlight on International Fiction: THE VEGETARIAN by Han Kang

This post comes from our inventory manager Jan. 

It all started with the nightmare. In the midst of Kim Yeong-hye and her husband’s mediocre, middle-class marriage, the dream about blood and meat and carnage. 437 more words

Moor - an excerpt

Thanks to the kind interest of Isabel Fargo Cole & Katy Derbyshire an excerpt of my translation of Gunther Geltinger’s novel Moor appears in the final issue of No Man’s Land…thank you for reading

Alexander Booth

Novel Settings

InIHere are two novels set in times and places other than our own.   In “The Girl from the Garden” by Parnaz Foroutan, an elderly woman pieces together the tragedy of her ancestors’ Iranian Jewish household.   127 more words

Fiction