by Oriada Dajko In your world, inside your country,in your town, inside your house,in your family…… strangers came around.Even inside you…Language was never found. * Matryoshka meaning – The doll represents a strong female matriarch who is the main symbol of the Russian family. In itself, the doll fits inside little dolls which represent daughtersContinue reading “Matryoshka”
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Spring 2022 Edition
We are pleased to announce our Spring 2022 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: Catherine Alexander, Alex R. Encomienda, J.P.J. Fox, Terry John Malik, Eadbhard McGowan, Malaena Nahmias, Dana Trick, Judy Voss Non-fiction by: Jeffrey Feingold Poetry by: Angela Acosta, Bidisha Chakraborty, Maid Čorbić, PW Covington, Oriada Dajko, TAK Erzinger, Joseph A Farina, John Grey, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, Jennifer Ruth Jackson, George Perreault, Mahbubat Salahudeen, Sunil Sharma, Pat St. Pierre, Linda Tancs Play by: Veronica Brown See the full Table of Contents.
Writer Profiles D–F
Oriada Dajko Oriada Dajko has represented Albania several times in international literary festivals. Various poems have been published in anthologies and magazines in Albania and other countries. The winner of the first prize for poetry in the fourth edition of the Literary Festival for Youth, while in the fifth edition of the Literary Festival forContinue reading “Writer Profiles D–F”