Diary, 2001

By Nell Zink August 3, 2022 By The Paris Review Diaries June 5, 2001 When I wrote this, I was living full-time in an idyllic southwest German university town where I had been a familiar figure since the eighties, spending money saved up from fifteen years of menial work elsewhere while sharing a small apartment… Leer más Diary, 2001

PARALLEL IMAGININGS

by mikesteeden Within his tavern of imaginings, out of body looking further outwardsindulgence his shy waitress serving up a comedy of realitiesactualities that would censure his each and every manipulation Dreamlands purple anecdotes a sometimes painkiller save forwhen The Master of Suspense visits unannounced, then all isa mere twisted and spoiled incidental lecherous laundry list… Leer más PARALLEL IMAGININGS

Coffee

by Dawn Pisturino   “Coffee, please – a large macchiato with a double shot of espresso.”        The owner of the coffee bar shuddered and made a face. “I detest the stuff, myself, but . . . shhh,” she said, holding her finger to her lips, “don’t tell anybody.  After all, I make my… Leer más Coffee

#Reviews: WHEN EMMA CAME TO STAY: WHEN FAMILY TIES UNCOVER FAMILY LIES BY CHERYL WATERS

By Olga Nuñez Miret Hi all: I bring you a lighter read than I have you accustomed to and another one from Rosie’s Book Review Team. Don’t forget to visit her blog! When Emma Came to Stay: When family ties uncover family lies by Cheryl Waters Emma’s just turned thirty. She’s just lost her job. And she’s… Leer más #Reviews: WHEN EMMA CAME TO STAY: WHEN FAMILY TIES UNCOVER FAMILY LIES BY CHERYL WATERS

#stories

Selena Gomez Selena Gomez I knew Del would talk about winning the lottery. He’s old. He can barely walk. He’s illiterate and poor as a cockroach, so every time we’re together he goes into his fantasy about winning the lottery. In his fantasy of winning tens-of-millions in the lottery, he hires the most beautiful women… Leer más #stories

NIGHT & THE CONTINUING FALLING VERSES

ĐÊM VÀ NHỮNG KHÚC RỜI – there’s no point of view that could possibly surpass the summer (4) By Lê Vĩnh Tài, translation by Nguyễn Thị Phương Trâm NIGHT & THE CONTINUING FALLING VERSES OF… (4) Translation October 2019, revised August 2020, February 2022. (prologue) the poem spinning around the poet’s head like Buddha’s halo. each… Leer más NIGHT & THE CONTINUING FALLING VERSES