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Journeys
Nadine Ltaif's poems reflect deeply on the meaning of life, of regrets and the irrepressible...
Itzel II: A Three Knives Tale
In Itzel II, we continue to follow Nauta, Itzel, and Basta through the cascading outcomes...
The Foundations of Kindness
The Foundations of Kindness is a tale of love, politics, murder and assassination in Sixties...
We Shed Our Skin Like Dynamite
In her debut collection of poetry, Conyer Clayton hovers in the ether, grasping wildly for...
Fish Wrapped: True Confessions from Newsrooms Past
Essays by Canadian newspaper reporters and editors on their lives in the news business before...
Mummyjihad
An act of introspection, a lifting of the curtain, a gnaw at the jugular, a...
A property harbouring a gruesome secret goes up for sale. Two men--perhaps, the wrong men--are shot in plain daylight. Nothing is what it seems. And matters do not turn out as anticipated. De Angelis, an inscrutable northerner, is travelling to a small town perched somewhere in Sicily's hinterland to negotiate a real estate transaction, only to find himself embroiled in a criminal conspiracy. While en route, the train he's on mysteriously breaks down, forcing him to spend the night in a squalid whistle stop. What follows is a web of unsettling events, involving child prostitution and brazen killings, that lead to...

"...even though I'm well aware it's impossible for her to see my face where I'm standing, at least not fully, she seems to be staring right at me. Feeling faint, I lean against the wall. I close my eyes to stop the room and the distorted faces of the mourners from... "
The Transaction

Guglielmo D'Izzia
2020
The Transaction
The Quantum Theory of Love and Madness
Injuring Eternity: A K├╝nstlerroman In Twenty-Six Cantos
Swoon
Thirteen Heavens
The Comic
River
Triplex Nervosa Trilogy
Shattered Fossils
The Haunted Hand
Against the Machine: Luddites
It's Attachment: A New Way of Understanding Yourself and Your Relationships
Pictura: Essays on the Works of Roy Kiyooka