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Five Days in Paris 2023


••• The International Writers Magazine May 2023 - Comment - Lifestyles - Fiction - Travel - 24 years on-line
Travel stories
Politics & Comment
How we live

Shalom and Cosmopolitans:
Loosely Jewish
Ian Stark
The Golan Heights provide a stunning view of Israel and its neighbors
Vienna Opera
A weekend in Vienna
Aurelie Montfrond
I was completely lost, somewhere in Vienna desesperately stopping the few people I came across in the streets, asking them for directions.
No Stop Signs
Brian Andrea in Trichy
You will either love it with a passion or hate it with a vengeance. And it would be madness to cycle there. We go anyway!

Burning books
Kids Are Fine - Parents Are F**ked

James Campion
Education and teaching history in danger
They Act Like They're Scared of Us.
Brayana Godbolt

Fear of women divides society

SCOTUS at Lowest Ebb & Devoured by Scandal
James Campion
Another Suspect in the Slow Murder of Democracy

Private Investigator
Like Father, Like Writer

Christine Vessell
The apprentice P.I. and her Pa
“Dad, I see someone!”
Fight for the Equal Rights Amendment
James Campion
Republicans Continue Their War on Women They Will Lose
Memories of Honey
Natalya Popova
I was lucky to witness the process of honey making at my dad’s honey farm situated in the Fergana Valley region of Tajikistan many years ago.

REVIEWS Film & Books
Martin Green
I was 23 years old when I came out from New York to San Francisco in the 1960’s and, looking back, was even younger as regards experience of life.
The Hunting of Genie Magee
ONE: Test Subject

The assembled technicians were tense, the atmosphere electric.  All their jobs were on the line...
Lake Reflections
Tyrel Nelson

I exit the hardware store with new work gloves in hand. I immediately slip them over my numbing fingers. The wind of the gloomy February afternoon picks up as I hustle to my pickup.

Losing the Plot

Sam Hawksmoor
The search for a missing writer begins .
Language of the Birds
Ryan Madej
I vaguely remember the day I saw the article in the newspaper mentioning rather matter-of-factly that Rene Elias had vanished.

The Quiet Duel
Director:Akira Kurosawa
Dan Schneider
Great artists have a way to make even their lesser works interesting, if not great. Such is the case with the 1949 black and white film, The Quiet Duel
From Page to Screen: a few vexed issues to ponder upon while chewing your popcorn - Chris Mills
I have wanted to have a go at writing something about film and television adaptations of books for a while, but the subject is quite large and unwieldy to get to grips with easily and to do justice.

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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