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Archive April 2010

Literary Term of the Week – Anaphora

April 29, 2010 by · No comments

J. Stephen Rhodes is the author of the poetry collection, The Time I Didn’t Know What to Do Next (Wind Publications). He writes about living on the edges between security and fear, guilt and grace, country and city, and prosperity and scarcity. In addition to a Ph.D. in Theological Studies from Emory University, Rhodes received […]

Artist of the Week – Teodora Yordanova: Salsa is my passion

April 26, 2010 by · No comments

Denka Koleva’s interview with Teodora Yordanova Teodora Yordanova: Salsa is my passion Teodora Yordanova was born in Sofia in 1990. For a year she has been living and studying architecture in Milan. She started learning ballet when she was three. When she was twelve-years-old, she began her salsa training with Alfredo Torres. From 2006 to […]

The Week…Sunsets with Shakespeare

April 26, 2010 by · No comments

Photo: nov03 In time we hate that which we often fear. Photo: axel-d Action is eloquence.

Good Morning Video

April 26, 2010 by · No comments

Photo: Albena Popova ” Sugababes – Wear My Kiss (WAWA Radio Edit “ Selected by Mega Dance FM Radio

The world has gathered under the dome of The Alexander Nevski Cathedral

April 25, 2010 by · 2 comments

The first thing to notice is the impressive brilliance of the golden domes. But that` s not all it has to show, since the temple is a modern Tower of Babel, built with pieces from all around the world.

Or at least, the whole of Europe would work in 1904

Good Morning Video

April 25, 2010 by · No comments

Photo: Albena Popova ” QUINTINO ft. Mitch Crown – You Can’t Deny” Selected by Mega Dance FM Radio


April 25, 2010 by · No comments

Jason Williams Photo: Mike Licht, In the plastic cup-holder between Paul and his wife, the cell phone shudders awake. Abby flips aside the church bulletin and plucks the phone from the center console. The glowing, smudged screen reflects in her glasses. “Says it’s Chris. From work?” God damn it, he thinks. Sunday morning. Eleven […]

Multimedia Box: Coffee Latte Art

April 24, 2010 by · No comments

Beauty is in the small things. In your cup of coffee, for example. Have you ever looked at the strange shapes of soft white milk and thick black coffee? It doesn’t matter that your future is not written there. You might simply get a little “good-morning” mood. This is the only philosophy of the new […]

Good Morning Video

April 24, 2010 by · No comments

Photo: Albena Popova ” Stefani – What You Waiting For?” Selected by Mega Dance FM Radio

Weymouth … in images and words

April 23, 2010 by · No comments

By Asya Draganova A lot of people have told me they find the west coast of England the most picturesque, idyllic and inspirational part of the country… but is it so? I would like to take you to Weymouth: a small town situated on the English channel coast, in the county of Dorset. The town’s […]

Granadilla Juice

April 23, 2010 by · 5 comments

By Kristina Petrova Saturday morning. There’s something that makes me love Saturday mornings and I could never figure out what it was until now. I would like you to start loving Saturday mornings as well. Nothing more. There are no asterisks at the end of the sentence, evilly referencing clauses in a tiny font. Saturday […]

Good Morning Video

April 23, 2010 by · No comments

Photo: Albena Popova ” David Guetta ft. Kelly Rowland – When Love takes over (HQ) (Offizielles Video)” Selected by Mega Dance FM Radio

Accents Publishing 2010 Poetry Chapbook Contest

April 22, 2010 by · No comments

Accents Publishing is happy to announce its 2010 Poetry Chapbook Contest. Two winners will be selected – one by an independent judge, Richard Taylor, and one by the Senior Editor and founder of Accents Publishing, Katerina Stoykova-Klemer. Each winner will have his/her submission published as a perfect-bound chapbook and will receive 50 free copies, along […]

Literary Term of the Week – Verticality

April 22, 2010 by · No comments

Kathleen Driskell’s second book of poems Seed Across Snow (Red Hen Press, 2009) has been listed as a bestseller by the Poetry Foundation. Kathleen received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is Associate Editor of The Louisville Review and has taught creative writing and literature at Spalding […]

Transformative Communication

April 20, 2010 by · No comments

David Wolf, Ph.D. Photo: Laertes The Satvatove programs feature an approach to self-empowerment based on transformative communication. This model is founded on the understanding that our identity is fundamentally non-material. This identity beyond the physical body is indicated in spiritual literatures such as the widely known yoga scripture Bhagavad-gita, which states “As the embodied soul […]

On a Rainy Day

April 20, 2010 by · 1 comment

Changming Yuan Photo: modenaroid I open, you Close, or you Open, I Close, either my umbrella Or yours To keep both ourselves Dry from this cold Rain, we have To share The one And the same umbrella, if we Must walk Hand in hand

Artist of the Week — Paulo Capelas

April 19, 2010 by · 1 comment

An interview with Paulo Capelas by Kosara Belnikolova Paulo Capelas: “God wants, men dream, the master piece arises” Do you remember how and when you got interested in art? Since my childhood I’ve shown aptitude with painting, drawing, modeling. I think it’s an innate characteristic. Later, as an adult, I decided that I should try […]

The Week…Butterflies with Buddha

April 19, 2010 by · No comments

Photo: motleypixel Anger will never disappear so long as thoughts of resentment are cherished in the mind. Anger will disappear just as soon as thoughts of resentment are forgotten. Photo: photolibraries Be vigilant; guard your mind against negative thoughts.

Good Morning Video

April 19, 2010 by · No comments

Photo: Albena Popova “Тiesto and bt – Love comes again” Selected by Mega Dance FM Radio

Literary Term of the Week – Pastoral

April 15, 2010 by · No comments

Lynnell Edwards is the author of two books of poetry: The Highwayman’s Wife (2007) and The Farmer’s Daughter (2003), both from Red Hen Press. Her work has appeared in various journals and anthologies. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky where she teaches at the University of Louisville and is associate director for the InKY reading series […]