Two new writers and books have been added on our website: Alina Nelega — ca si cum nimic nu s-ar fi intimplat / as if nothing had happened and Adrian G. Romila — Acocalipsis /... read more
New writers and books have been added on our website: Florina Ilis — Cartea numerilor / The Book of Numbers, Mariana Gorczyca — Dincoace şi dincolo de tunel. 1945 / On Either Side of the... read more
Most people sleep at night. They conk out, out of pure nerves and helplessness, not to mention the odd case of fatigue. No one ever asks them what deeply rational reason they have to waste 204,400 hours, which is to say 8,516 days, which comes to 23.3 years of their lives not saying a word and snoring: four and a half billion individuals knocked out cold, reduced to vegetables or anemones, plunging with healthy abandon night after night into—even they don’t know what.