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Mayflower II Diary by Peter Padfield
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The Work by JD Hollingsworth
“Jesus H, Bragg… thing like this… gotta be seen. Jus’ gotta…”
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Frankenstein’s Paradox by JD Hollingsworth
“I knew… though I had walked through the valley of the shadow, that for then, for now, and by the grace and protection of Smith & Wesson and our Lord Jesus Christ, we were safe.”
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Complimentary Stories by Our Authors
Sea of Mud is fresh off the press from Lula Falcão’s collection of short stories in Portuguese. In this first-ever English translation, we experience a different tone to Falcão’s writing that speaks to the political, environmental and existential landscape of today’s Brazil: man-made disasters, urban alienation, complex and insidious political schemes. In Mar de Lama, we find ourselves in the Anthropocene landscape with its strange gravitational forces and unfamiliar natural phenomena, new laws of physics. Nevertheless, this is a love story that honors the language of Brazil’s Cinema Novo which the author is more than familiar with.
Translation: Helena Cavendish de Moura with special thanks to Andrew Michael Brown
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“There was never a moment when we met or introduced ourselves; we just knew each other and treated each other with respect. I was, after all, his future wife; well, I presumed I was. “
A man gives himself the forensic challenge of rebuilding the essence of a woman who has disappeared. As he pieces together the mold of what makes her who she is, we are still left with questions and a looming void.
RIFLES, by Lula Falcão