“The spider’s touch, how exquisitely fine! Feels at each thread, and lives along the line”
Thus, we aim to provide writing that “feels at each thread” of the mingled webs of our lives; that lightly but deftly touches on the various feelings, objects, memories, and passions that pervade our days, crystallising them into psychological and artistic truth.
by Eponine Howarth
The Waltz of Missing Words
A Week as Umberto Eco’s Model Reader
On The Five Elements
by Joude Bazzoun
On Poetic Creation
by Nacho Oliden
A Wild Guess About Old Writings
Brief Commentary About The Writing And Reading Of Travel Journals
On Loss and Solitude
by Pamela Mandell
Ruminations on the natural cycles of life and death inspired by the bildungsroman of a life companion. The Noki Trilogy, named after the author’s canine companion, builds on casual conversations in the form of three short stories, stimulating all five senses, and exploring the depth and clarity of the perception of loss.
On Writers and Writing
by Geoffrey Heptonstall
An investigation of the writer’s challenges in accepting reality, the inevitability of change in order to discover the truth and the life of words independent from their writer. This ensemble of short essays proposes a journey across Santiago de Cuba, San Francisco, Cape Ann, Cambridge and Avignon through diary entries
When There Is Nothing
On Philosophical Thought
by Facundo Rodriguez
An exploration of the abstraction of modern thought and its interaction with shared practice. Featuring Boethius, Ortega y Gasset, Marx, Kant and many more, this series of pieces employs both prose and verse to explore the depths of human nature, and the existential impact of creation.
The Decay of Truth
On Love and Memory
by Sonya Wohletz
Some thoughts on modern aesthetics and the realm of the affective. From Otto Dix, to a tale of Gustav Mahler and Gustav Klimt, this four-part historical account cum contemporary journey, spells out the intricacies of love, memory and ritual grief.
A Tale of Two Gustavs
A More Perfect Grace
On The Self and The Other
by Daniel Olivier
An anatomy of human connections, their joys and disappointments. A compilation of short stories which investigate the value of conversations in the dark, the disappointments of author pictures, the pleasures of TSA inspection, and provide tips on how to avoid the cold desperation of being lonely, while steering clear from the prickly pain of being with other people.
A Critical Investigation of Why It Feels so Good to Talk to People in the Dark
The Danger of Author Photos and the Pleasure of TSA Inspections
On Poetic Truth
by Myko Philip
An exploration of the intricacies of a poetic life, including the experience the artfulness of objects and the desire to shake off automated routines. This collection of essays sheds light on how one’s literary inclinations can guide attention, perception and actions, explains why some words stick, and, satisfies the reader’s pursuit of revelations, settling for a moment of modest epiphany.