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Philosoverse 2012 – Around the World in 80 Lines

April 19, 2012


Philosoverse 2012, a new issue of a philosophical poetry volume has been recently published by London School of Economics. This year’s edition is entitled Around the World in 80 lines; its main part consists of a set of short, four verse poems exploring different characteristics of mainly non-Western civilizations. Apart from the information contained in […]

“The camera is on us , baby” – Stephen King’s advice on writing literature

October 25, 2011


Rarely does a advice of a famous writer make sense to the extent of making an impact on the publicist’s mood. Too often the Famous treat giving advice as an opportunity to boast about their own accomplishments. Luckily, Stephen King’s advice on how to write (originallly published as an excerpt from his “On Writing” by […]

“Philosoverse” – philosophers and poetry

March 20, 2011


Some students of the Philosophy Department at London School of Economics seem to have poetic inclinations. “Philosoverse” – a recent publication by LSE contains poetic contributions exploring various aspects of philosophers’  lives and biographies.  As the editors put it: Philosophy and poetry are disciplines with well-deserved reputations as superlative modes of expression. Philosophy is admired […]