Monthly Archives: May 2014

Devil’s Harvest by Andrew Brown

After a secret drone strike on a civilian target in South Sudan, RAF air marshal George Bartholomew discovers that a piece of shrapnel traceable back to a British Reaper has been left behind at the scene. He will do anything...

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Devil's Harvest

A Sportful Malice by Michiel Heyns

When a South African literary scholar, Michael Marcucci, is offered, via a Facebook contact, a house in the Tuscan village of Gianocini, he accepts with alacrity. This is just the space and quiet he needs to complete his study of...

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A Sportful Malice

A Complete Mute Light: Poems by Jerilyn Miripol

Jerilyn Elise Miripol was a Fellow at The Ragdale Foundation in 1985. She was accepted to The Breadloaf Writers’ Conference in Middlebury, Vermont; The Aspen Writers’ Workshop; she received a full-tuition scholarship at The Squaw Valley Community of Writers in...

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A Complete Mute Light

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