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July 22, 2013

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Woman in the Ruins

A short, vivid tale painted in dark brush strokes.

Fiction, Literature

Why We Should Not Order a Military Strike on Iran’s Nuclear Facilities

A well-researched, concise essay explaining why a preemptive strike on Iran's nuclear facilities would be detrimental to US and Israeli interests.

Culture, Essays

Finding ‘contemporary resonance’ in World War I

“There’s no point writing about the past unless there’s some sort of contemporary resonance.” These may seem like strange words coming from Irish novelist John Boyne, who has almost exclusively written about the past and achieved worldwide renown for his book The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, which was set during the Holocaust. But during a stop in Vancouver to promote his World War I novel The Absolutist, he told Zouch that he’s always looking for parallels between the past and the present.

Interviews, Writers
‘The Things They Carried’ by Tim Obrien

‘The Things They Carried’ by Tim Obrien

Truth is Stranger than Fiction in O’Brien’s Brilliant Collection About Vietnam

Books, Reviews
LA vs WAR art and cultural event in memory of 9/11, 2001

Art News: L.A. Vs. WAR at The Vortex

LA Vs War II is a project that will live on past the September 2011 Los Angeles event under the name Vs. WAR.

Art, Art News, Culture

“Siren Song”

Literature, Poetry

Civilization 5 offends my Hungarian sensibilities

I understand Americans learn very little of Eastern Europe, so I don’t hold it against Civilization 5 for making Budapest a city-state instead of an actual civilization.

Commentary, Digital, Essays, Literature, Nostalgia

“Duty Calls” by Maria JM Farmere

Literature, Poetry

“In Remembrance of the Fallen” By Maria JM Farmere

Literature, Poetry

“The Remnants”

A period piece set in France.

Fiction, Literature

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