TheFLR The Florentine Literary Review un magazine letterario in italiano e inglese edito da The Florentine che raccoglie sei racconti inediti e due poesie di autori italiani contemporanei, illustrati da un’artista emergente.TheFLR The Florentine Literary Review is a new magazine from The Florentine featuring engaging and entertaining short stories, plus two collectible poems. A further layer of interpretation will be provided by the illustrations commissioned for each issue from a contemporary artist.Issue 2 detailsDesiderio / DesireWhere does DESIRE come from? Is it a matter of the heart and head or more of a gut instinct? How can we relate to this word so contemporary yet so twentieth century, so distant?These days, talking about DESIRE not only means talking about erotica and sensuality, appetites and tendencies (although they would be perfectly at home in the “summer” edition of our literary magazine!), but also all the apertures surrounding the theme: social frustration, emotional atrophy, generational ambition, new ways at looking at the stars before the universe implodes DESIRE is also the lack thereof: desire like a sun soaked nudist beach and Morel’s invention, like a square crowded with masses exultant for the wrong candidate, a phone call interrupted by a stalker, or plans for a new space mission in your backyard. The Florentine Literary Review.Take a walk into a SACRED wood of meanings and meanderings between life and death, which have little to do with the dictionary definition of religion things don’t go so well for the men and women of the cloth in this magazine and much to do with spiritual bonds and a sense of belonging.
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Today, he is one of the foremost practitioners of autobiographical comics.If you took Canada’s Seth, replaced the obsession with the past with multiple health problems, you might get Porcellino.Porcellino’s comics have a simplicity that verges on the poetic. Porcellino also has that same sort of focus on the everyday, which I appreciate since I believe the examined life is the only one worth living.What are Porcellino’s books about? His cat. Divorce.