Dark Sister, Part 3 ~ A story by Susan Anwin

“Hey! Tim! You hear me? Come ‘n get me out of here, bitch! … Look, I really don’t think this is gonna work. We did not part on the best of terms.”

Dark Sister, Part 2 ~ A story by Susan Anwin

My first instinct was to protest that I wasn’t a vohiek, but the Prince went on. “I should have killed you when I had the chance. I might, still.”

Dark Sister, Part 1 ~ A story by Susan Anwin

“Any prince or noble would be glad to have that pure blood in their dynasty. Instead of cleaning shit for aristocrats…”

Fire Brother ~ A short story by Susan Anwin

“My… my lord… will you dance the Opening Dance with me…?” the Princess breathed, half her bashful sigh muffled by that famed golden fall of hair.

The mirror me ~ By Anna Danuhy

“And I wish I could just keep silent, I don’t know how I look to you, probably just a fluid being, existing only in your words…”

Everything about the 19th international literature festival berlin

The international literature festival berlin is committed to human rights, a cosmopolitan outlook, multiple perspectives, dialogue, and hospitality.

Lost in Transition ~ A short story by Susan Anwin

“This is a non-smoking institution,” another guy from one of the top bunk beds informed him. Jack tsked at him. “C’mon, no one’s gonna notice.”

International jury awards Brigitte Kowanz’s work for the 13th Cairo Biennale

Her work breaks up boundaries between virtual and real space and reflects on the opportunities, but also the dangers of new technology and social media.

Troubled history through the eyes of two artists from ex-Yugoslavian states

Well-known or long-forgotten photo documentations of the 20th century, processed in different ways by Slovenian Roman Uranjek and Bosnian Radenko Milak.

The Man Who Broke Time ~ A short story by Susan Anwin

“The only sign of life were the signs used to advertise sales. They were still flashing on and off. One of them read: CONGRATS! YOU BROKE TIME!”

Sári Ember wins the Leopold Bloom Art Award

Ani Molnár Gallery is happy and proud to announce that Sári Ember, the gallery’s artist is the winner of Leopold Bloom Art Award 2019.

You’ll Die as Fish ~ A short story by Susan Anwin

“You’ll die as fish. The glass stopped in her hand. What was that supposed to mean? Doesn’t matter, probably just misheard something.”

First There was Darkness ~ A short story by Susan Anwin

Then there was darkness some more, but now there was also light, small and fluttering, like candlelight, but gradually getting stronger…

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