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Jorge Luis Borges, whose surreal prose is often considered to have opened the door to magical realism, was largely unknown in the English-speaking world until 1962. 251 more words


LibDems in Old Coulsdon catch the 999 bus over police cuts

ELECTION COUNTDOWN: Croydon’s LibDems, after a meeting in an Old Coulsdon telephone box, have just produced their manifesto. On policing matters, though, they haven’t missed the bus, as WALTER CRONXITE reports… 624 more words


60 years of literary translation

Founded in 1958, the Translators Association of The Society of Authors (TA) is celebrating its 60th anniversary. For the next 60 weeks we will post and tweet a classic translation for each TA year, and name the translator who rewrote it so we could enjoy it in English.  87 more words


Prayerscapes for 3rd Sunday in Lent

Third Sunday in Lent, Mar. 4

Read John 2:13-22

From Richard Howard

Morgantown, WV

There’s a church cartoon I love, and I’ve kept a copy for over 30 years.  228 more words

Lent - Year B

Prayerscapes for Tuesday

Tuesday; Dec. 12

Read Psalm 33:1-11

from Richard Howard, Morgantown, WV

For the Church, the body of Christ on earth, nothing reveals the joy we can experience in our relationship with the Lord more than our music.  374 more words

Advent - Year B