Manolis' Ubermensch reviewed on Apostaktirio.gr
Ubermensch, by Manolis Aligizakis is the most difficult and most philosophical poetry book I have come across. And rightfully so since it is identified with Nietzsche's "Ubermensch" so much in the plot... more
Flash concision is Bridgman's Way
Not all authors hanker for publicity. A precious few adopt pseudonyms and avoid the limelight like the plague. In Standing at an Angle to My Age, the very shortest stories, referred to as "flash fictions,"... more
Ken Kirkby featured on Mima Gallery website
Ken Kirkby is a Featured Artist on the Mima Gallery homepage, promoting his biography, "Ken Kirkby: A Painter's Quest for Canada" by Goody Niosi, and Giclée Editions published by Mima.... more
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