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Tag Archives: identity
No More Afraid
In infancy No more Afraid, of the Void That mother will switch off the lightAnd the Darkness will swallow me whole? No more Afraid, of the Monster That my fairy tale book will fall openAt the page of the horrible … Continue reading
Posted in Afraid no longer, Mark Tagged ghosts, identity, memories Leave a comment
Writing thoughts on a grid
What are you doing?” he asked stirring his coffee cup with a long spoon. “I am taking notes” she replied looking him in the face. “Of our coffee chat?” he looked around. The café was almost empty. The waiter seemed … Continue reading
Posted in Miguel Tagged grid, identity, notebook, Renacimiento, Urban Leave a comment
Just Published: Miss Juliet and Company
Juliet and Michael, married and middle-aged, one morning get their life turned into a theatre stage, where unkept promises and well-kept secrets write a bizarre play. Download the e-story here
I have just been thrown out of this club because I tried to hit Tintin in the face. He is such a smartarse. Always looking sly with his freshly washed face. He would surely be drinking a Diet Red Bull … Continue reading
Posted in Miguel Tagged Brussels, identity, Marolles, party drugs, smurf Leave a comment
Our writer Veronika was awarded second prize by La Maison de la Francité for her Writingbrussels story Les Rituels Urbaines.