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Kenzaburō Ōe

September’s issue of Philiosophie magazine has an interview with the Japanese author, Kenzaburô ôe who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1994.

It’s a fascinating and striking article. 468 more words



It was a light jog, she relished the cold air sucking in across the tips of her teeth and burning down into her lungs and embraced the cold that swept through her as the air soaked up her sweat. 326 more words

the narrative of making a human - la narrativa de crear un humano

As a woman in my early thirties and about to have my first child I have been pondering on the different sorts of narratives I have heard about having a child. 746 more words


Why Writers Must Read: A Book Review That Becomes a Meditation on Craft

Do you have a “regular” bar? The other regulars become a sort of extended dysfunctional family. You know each other well. Some know each other intimately. 698 more words

The Storyteller of Small Towns

Hi Everyone!
Since yesterday, I have been feeding on Yaadon ka Idiot Box, a radio show hosted by Neelesh Misra, where he recounts stories about love, life and relationships. 428 more words


Don't Breathe It Out

You light up a cigarette and blow the smokes in my face; I take it all in.

Its scent is so gracious and heaven-made. I smile in the darkness. 283 more words

Creative Writing

‘Just Words’: Exploring the Effect of Language on African-American Identity With Specific Regard to the Writing and Speeches of Barack Obama. (Part 3 and Conclusion)


The Unifying Effect of Language

The Community of Language

In stating that “language exists in the form of a sum of impressions deposited in the brain of each member of a community, almost like a dictionary that has been distributed to each individual” 3,530 more words