The Circle 19: a Brussels Anthology

Patrick Ten Brink (Author) Xavier Queipo (Author)
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Description

Emerging writers join prize-winning authors in this Brussels-based literary grimoire. But rather than a book of instructions on how to create magic, it's a collection of poems and short stories that capture it: loves' first stirrings and silent, final struggles; the ferocity of war and how our memories alter it; dreams never realized; losing one's self in the awesomeness of nature. Timeless tales will surprise and delight, ground-breaking poems will charm, inspire and renew.

"The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper." - W.B.Yeats. The Brussels Writers' Circle invites you to sharpen your senses and enter the world of magic within The Circle 19: a Brussels Anthology.

Product Details

Price
$11.00  $10.12
Publisher
Idle Time Press
Publish Date
October 31, 2019
Pages
200
Dimensions
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.46 inches | 0.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781732925809
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About the Author

Patrick ten Brink writes fiction and poetry whenever he is not writing non-fiction on environmental matters. His ghost story, Amelia Borgiotti, was published by the Coffin Bell Journal, and The Taken received Honourable Mention by Glimmer Train. His poem, Zen Garden, Kyoto, was one seven winners of the Dreamers Creative Writing Haiku Context. Patrick is currently putting the final touches to his fantasy trilogy, The Guardians of the Tides.
Xavier Queipo (Galice, 1957). Regularly writes in Galician. Publications: "รrtico", short stories, 1990, "O Paso do Noroeste", novel, 1996; "O ladrรณn de esperma", short stories, 2001; "Extramunde", novel, 2011 and Os kowa, novel, 2016. "Kite" (Small Stations, 2018) is his first novel translated to English. Awarded with the Spanish Critics Award (1991), and the Spanish National Prize of Translation (2014).
Cynthia C. Huijgens writes for children of all ages, including children's picture books. She holds a BA in Art and Design, Masters in Education and is a certified K-12 Art Teacher. Cynthia graduated from Simon Fraser University's The Writer's Studio.