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Insights into the Art of Translating Foreign Fiction

I am very lucky to be able to read in three different languages – English, French and Italian – and Elena Ferrante’s quartet of novels about two friends growing up together in Naples is some of the best foreign fiction I’ve read. 404 more words

Paris

Review: Catching Up

Biting Block Theatre‘s exciting and intense new thriller ‘Catching Up‘ offers a fresh insight into the world of the 21st Century woman. The story follows a catch-up between university friends Becka and Flo as they learn new truths about each other and discover they’re not who they thought they were. 274 more words

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Sports and Games

© 2016 By Bob Litton

Back in my pub-hopping days one of the denizens at a Dallas bar described me as “that heavy dude”. He wasn’t referring to my physical frame but rather to my tendency to limit my conversations to serious topics. 787 more words

Splash!

© yuzukho 2016, Splash!, ink & acrylic on paper & collage, 15.0×21.0 cm

CALLIGRAPHY

beauty don't play nice

actions of the attitude

can make the freshest face

look ugly

and the manner and attitude

can deflate the full of all air

and bring it down to size… 42 more words

Poems

A Very Special Walk


A Very Special Walk (AVSW) is an annual fundraising event of the Autism Resource Centre (Singapore). Boys had an awesome time at the AVSW 2016 funfair this morning! 45 more words

Play

Meeting You

Meeting you was bliss

But then we parted ways

So much has happened since

But now you want to play

I’m so scared of seeing you… 91 more words

Poetry