The Alien Buddha Wears a Yellow Vest – An Anthology Made of Net Censorship, Revolutionary Works and Bravery


The Yellow Vest movement found their bards. To be sincere, the authors involved into this book wrote about a new utopia, a new vision of the world we’re living in. And this, and much more, is what you can find into the anthology “The Alien Buddha Wears a Yellow Vest” published by Alien Buddha Press. It is a work of love with talented voices coming from all over the world. But there’s an interesting story behind this book and Red Focks, the publisher and curator of the anthology, told us more about all the issues he faced before letting his Alien Buddha wear a Yellow Vest. Continua a leggere

The Ramingo’s Porch – Six Poems By John Yamrus


the thing

you and me

(she said)

the thing that
draws us
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Denial – An Essay About Unspeakable Truths by Dr. Keith Kahn-Harris


The Holocaust never happened. The planet isn’t warming. Vaccines cause autism. There is no such thing as AIDS. The Earth is flat.  Continua a leggere

Skendleby – New Generation author secures film deal for cult British horror novel


New Generation author Nick Brown’s cult British horror novel Skendleby has been chosen as the flagship first feature film for new UK-based production company Doctor Rebekah Productions – recently launched during the Marché du Film in Cannes. Continua a leggere

An Ocean Of Statics – The New Collection of Poems by J.R. Carpenter Published By Penned in the Margins


An Ocean of Static is the poetry debut from award-winning Canadian digital writer J.R. Carpenter. Collaging computer code, ships’ logs and maritime vernacular, Carpenter maps the water between and beyond Britain and her homeland, charting the elusive story of the North Atlantic. Continua a leggere

The Zero and The One – A Philosophical Thriller by Ryan Ruby now in stores thanks to Legend Press

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A shy, bookish scholarship student from a working-class family, Owen Whiting has high hopes of what awaits him at Oxford, only to find himself adrift and out of place among the university’s dim aristocrats and posh radicals. But his life takes a dramatic turn when he is assigned to the same philosophy tutorial as Zachary Foedern, a visiting student from New York City. Rich, brilliant, and charismatic, Zach takes Owen under his wing, introducing him to a world of experiences Owen has only ever read about. Continua a leggere

NOTTING HILL: A WALKING GUIDE – All you need to know about the deep spirit of neighbourhoods by Julian Mash

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Notting Hill captures the imagination of all those who, wherever they live, are Londoners at heart. A neighbourhood of contrasts, as gritty as it is charming, woven through the arts from Michael Bond’s Paddington Bear to Martin Amis’ London Fields, from The Beatles’ Hard Day’s Night, to Antonioni’s seminal Blow Up. The birth place of the Clash, and the crucible from which Europe’s biggest carnival emerged, the host to the ghost of Hendrix, and a fault line which has cast into relief the challenges and opportunities of the twenty first century.

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