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••• The International Writers Magazine - Comment - Lifestyles - Fiction - Travel - 21 years on-line
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Part 1 - Cape Town 2020

I caught up on one of my favourite things to do, hitting up some wineries!
Habits for Writers to Embrace in the Time of Social Distancing
Indiana Lee
How safe is your workspace? How clean is your immediate environment? How can a writer stay healthy while still focusing on your work?
Help Me, Ronda (Espana)
John M. Edwards

This improbably fantastic cliff-side nest persists on the Quixotic verge of imagination, much like waking up inside a Magic Realism novel

States' Rights Reversal in the Age of Madness

James Campion
National Leadership Vacuum Pushes Us Through the Political Looking Glass - “When somebody is the president of the United States, the authority is total. And that's the way it's gotta be. It's total.”

Trump is Failing Crisis Test
James Campion
The president, this poor excuse for a human being, is failing. And it is costing us the very fabric of this country; morally and economically.

Accountability for the Prescription Drug Crisis: Have Amends Been Made? - Indiana Lee
Across the country, individuals, lawmakers, and insurance companies alike are calling for accountability from pharmaceutical companies, in greater numbers.

Adam Schlesinger
Adam Schlesinger - 1967-2020

James Campion

Where do you start to encapsulate an artist who was everywhere and nowhere? Adam Schlesinger loved song. He loved songwriters. He loved talking about songwriting and songwriters.
Living with a Liar: My Experience with Dyslexia
Alice Ohlandt

Learning how to work with, instead of against, my trickster, dyslexia
The Past
Brian Appleton

My past is like an old friend whom I have had to abandon by circumstance and time and distance.

REVIEWS Film & Books
Shelter in place
Lockdown at 90

Martin Green
It has been three weeks since the governor of our state, California, had ordered that, first oldsters like me, and then everyone, choose your phrase--- shelter in place, self-isolate, stay home.
Sam Hawksmoor

‘You come to gloat at the man who missed Doomsday by a million years,’
Dr Aracena pointedly asked Raul.  ‘I’m here.  You can tell me I’m a fool to my face.’
The Dangers of Daydreaming
Ann Sharratt
The day I chopped my sisters finger off, I learned the harsh consequence of not paying attention
Naga in the Negev
Michael Chacko Daniels
After repeatedly dreaming that centuries ago he was a famous Bedouin healer in the Negev, Abdoul, son of Cochin Cohn, saw himself living in the Negev and nowhere else, if he were to remain in the land of Israel
Hopper - Gas
If You Want Peace, Prepare for War - Willam Better
The Hero is one of the people in the filling station’s convenience store. He wears snug black jeans that disappear into tall black riding boots like cavalrymen wore when tilting towards each other in green fields, heroes all

The Machine Stops
"The Machine Stops"
by E. M. Forster
Charlie Dickinson

"The Machine Stops," a short story by E. M. Forster (1909) is an imaginative leap 100 years into a future that bears an uncanny resemblance to the Information Age so preoccupying us now.
Pastworld by Ian Beck
Sam North review
What evil is loose in this Victorian theme park? Who will save the beautiful tightrope walker Eve from the murderous Fantom?
The Savage Altar by Asa Larsson
A Josephine Green review

The Savage Altar is Larsson’s first thriller and this unusual piece of detection takes us into the hidden depths of Sweden and a cult that holds many individuals secrets, lies and fates

Great fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em and little fleas have lesser fleas ...ad infinitum - Augustus de Morgan
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