Literature - Page 2

Ode to November

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LeipGlo contributor Chrissy ruminates on the month of November and what it means, now during the second lockdown but also in general for people across the world.

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Literature: Leben, schreiben, atmen & The Friend

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LeipGlo contributor Lito shares her experiences with two books by the two iconic, contemporary female authors Sigrid Nunez and Doris Dörrie.

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Literary Parlor: the “unending flow” of Maes

Author of the novella "Newborn," Agustín Maes spoke to Svetlana Lavochkina about his beginnings, his idols, his process, as well as the COVID crisis and how he's coping with it as a writer, including something he refers to as his "Evening Plague Walk."

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Lübeck: city of 3 Nobel winners and 4 martyrs

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Thanks to Corona, domestic travel is becoming more and more attractive. For a hidden gem within Germany's own borders, find out from LeipGlo contributor Lito why Lübeck is a great destination and what its rich history can tell us about our present.

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A cathartic poem: Leaving Lethe

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Leaving Lethe by Elisabeth Winkler is a poem about avoiding difficult decisions and overthinking, with an introduction by the author.

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Poetry: “Last night she dreamt of a bear”

The new poem from LeipGlo contributor and author Lito Seizani titled "Last night she dreamt of a bear"

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