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Slavic Myths and Human Monsters

A review of David Demchuk’s The Bone Mother (ChiZine, 2017)
By Derek Newman-Stille

David Demchuk’s The Bone Mother brings together snippets of strange lives into a tale that hints at connections between these individual stories and provides shadows of a larger narrative tying them together. 286 more words

Fiction Book Reviews

Delvera Items - 9/12/17

Delvera Items is a recurring column covering minor news in the Grand Republic.

COLONIA – The Grand Republic purchased a web domain, Delvera.org, on August 22. 223 more words

Dylan Callahan

De cómo el Astronauta de Bohemia trajo la ópera a mi vida.

Escucho Rusalka mientras escribo.  Es una ópera y la disfruto.  Me cuesta trabajo creerlo: yo odiaba la ópera. ¡La odiaba! ¿Qué me está pasando?  La culpa es de la ciencia ficción, de Jaroslav Kalfař autor  del Astronauta de Bohemia, el libro que acabo de leer. 1,190 more words



In the blue glow of the Atlantis Lounge on Waymouth Street, a small gathering chatted away while waiting for the Cabaret Fringe performance Rusalka to begin. 311 more words



Rusalka from Nadialand on Vimeo.

An experimental fairy tale; the story of a young girl seeking answers to a tragic fate.
Screened in competition at London Short Film Festival, Branchage and at Curzon Soho, London. 12 more words


Monthly Slice: March

A slice of March…


A day in Santa Cruz – Hugo and I drove up to Santa Cruz and spent a lovely day wandering. We left our laptops behind and took the day off from normal life and it was wonderful. 799 more words


Mermaids, Cats, and Pokemon Go

I guess whinging about not having done anything fun in a month worked, because in the three weeks after that, I attended an opera, painted for an art installation, and got a Twitter-length story published. 463 more words

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