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The Cinematographer, a 42-year-old man named Miyagawa, aimed his camera directly at the sun, which at first probably seemed like a bad idea

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September 2011

Michael Earl Craig

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September 2011

Last night Kurosawa’s woodcutter strode through the forest, his axe on his shoulder. Intense sunlight stabbed and sparkled and was generally dazzling.   A...

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September 2011

Sleepwalking through the Mekong

Michael Earl Craig

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September 2011

I have my hands out in front of me. I’m lightly patting down everything I come across. I somehow...

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July 2011

Comfort Station

Medbh McGuckian

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July 2011

A witness has said that you raped women And brought them to the barracks to be used by the...

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July 2011

Letter of a Madman

Guy de Maupassant

TR. Will Stone

poetry

July 2011

Introduction by the translator In the early hours of 2 January 1892, sensing the approach of insanity, the renowned...

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Issue No. 2

The Brothel

Kit Buchan

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Issue No. 2

I unearthed a little brothel in the spring of forty-three, It was captained by a midwife who was ninety...

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Issue No. 2

Letter to Jim Jarmusch [Broken Flowers]

Jon Thompson

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Issue No. 2

What they’ll know of us in future years: the large interiors of our suburban homes were designed by others...

Portraits of Pierre Reverdy and Three Poems

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Issue No. 2

Sam Gordon

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Issue No. 2

ANDRÉ BRETON The most memorable thing about our meetings [around 1919-1920] was the almost complete bareness of the room in which Reverdy received us, usually...

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June 2011

Testament: Two Poems

Connie Voisine

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June 2011

Testament What’s the difference? You might wear it out touching, touching, not buying. Like a snail on a stick,...

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June 2011

Beautiful Poetry

Camille Guthrie

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June 2011

‘Being so caught up So mastered.’ Yeats     I was too shy to say anything but Your poems...

Malcolm Starke Died Today

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June 2011

Kit Buchan

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June 2011

Malcolm Starke died today who rang us most nights so late that it could only be him. He’d been there forever sinking audible coins...

 

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