Monthly Archives: May 2014

Why I love my writer friends

I know, I already had one of those ‘one year ago I seriously started writing and oh so much has happened’ posts, but since it really was one hell of a year, I feel entitled to another. This one, I totally … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #12

***** LEAVING MY ROOTS BEHIND (Cas Meadowfield) My bags are packed and by the door. Hugs that put a lump in my throat, Good-byes, till I can stand no more, So I hurry to put on my coat. A familiar … Continue reading

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The things we do for love

Some time ago, I promised my little boy to paint the door to his room. I’m not much of a painter. For the most part, my humble attempts at drawing turn out as little more than what you’d expect from … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blood Bound, by Sharon Stevenson

You might remember, I had Sharon Stevenson here a while ago for an interview where she talked about one of her books, Blood Bound. You might also remember that she said she wants her plots to depend on the characters’ … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #11

***** (Werner Krotz) if when i die i had a trunk to take with me whatever would be important to me – i’d take with me infinity ***** Werner Krotz lives near Vienna, Austria. He has been writing poems for … Continue reading

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