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No B-Sides Here!
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No B-Sides Here!

July 19, 2020July 20, 2020

No B-Sides Here! Fiona Clark Echlin Flip Sides by Michael Durack Revival Press (2020), Limerick. 80pp, €12.00   ISBN 978-1-9162593-8-6 Sales: www.limerickwriterscentre.com While adhering to the familiar settings in time and place  which have become his signature,  Durack’s explorations of Ireland’s  rural Mid-West while coming of age are extended to include the flip side of these...

Strongbox of Meanings
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Strongbox of Meanings

January 22, 2019January 22, 2019

GIUSEPPE UNGARETTI AND THE ITALIAN HERMETICISM The term “hermeticism” refers to a particular poetic movement born in Italy at the end of the First World War. It deals with the idea of a poetry whose character is hermetically closed and complex, in order to represent the feeling of the post-war. With the Hermeticism, the poetic...

Being a good writer is to discipline your own talent
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Being a good writer is to discipline your own talent

January 22, 2019January 22, 2019

A REFLECTION ON NATURAL TALENT BY HANS TUZZI There is no writer without talent.” This is what Hans Tuzzi, an Italian writer and critic, affirms in his latest book How to write a crime novel…or any other novel. His essay is not a series of lectures on “how to write”, but a reflection on the power...