Interlitq’s English Writers 5 projected for publication June 2016

Calum Colvin, Guest Artist for Interlitq's English Writers 5, Picture: Julie Howden

Calum Colvin, Guest Artist for Interlitq‘s English Writers 5, Picture: Julie Howden

Interlitq‘s English Writers 5 is projected for publication June 2016.

Confirmation of Authors and Guest Artist for Interlitq’s English Writers 4

Hugo Bonamin 2013, Untitled after Lord Byron, Oil on canvas, 222×199 cm

Hugo Bonamin 2013, Untitled after Lord Byron, Oil on canvas, 222×199 cm

Work by the following authors will be published in Interlitq‘s English Writers 4: Nick CaistorTom ChiversJonathan DunneGeraldine GreenJohn GreeningAmanda HopkinsonNeil Langdon InglisJoanne LimburgJack LittlePascale PetitAngela ReadmanElizabeth RimmerFiona SampsonGeorge Szirtes, and Claire Trévien. The Guest Artist will be Hugo Bonamin.

New work by Neil Langdon Inglis to be published in Interlitq’s English Writers 4

Neil Langdon Inglis

Neil Langdon Inglis

New work by Neil Langdon Inglis, U. S. General Editor of Interlitq, and a contributor to Issues 18, 19, 20 and 21 of Interlitq, and Interlitq´s English Writers 1English Writers 2 and English Writers 3, will be published in Interlitq‘s English Writers 4.

New work by Jonathan Dunne to be included in Interlitq’s English Writers 4

Jonathan Dunne

Jonathan Dunne

New work by Jonathan Dunne, UK poet, literary translator and publisher, and  a contributor to Issue 5 of Interlitq, and Interlitq‘s English Writers 1, will be published in Interlitq‘s English Writers 4.

Neil Langdon Inglis states that Brian Inglis’s “paranormal texts crackle with hostility”

Brian Inglis

Brian Inglis

In a featured interview with Interlitq about his father, the author Brian InglisNeil Langdon Inglis, U. S. General Editor of Interlitq, and a contributor to Issues 18, 19, 20 and 21 of Interlitq, and Interlitq´s “English Writers 1”, “English Writers 2” and “English Writers 3”, states:

“The paranormal texts crackle with hostility.  For Brian, the existence of the psi force was the great under-reported story of his time, and he displayed a sincere commitment to getting to the bottom of that story. He felt a burning dislike for what he recorded as establishment “resistance movements”, motivated by obscurantism, which sought to quash unorthodox para-scientific research out of fear of the truth. He would always claim to be cool and rational but his feelings on this topic ran very high indeed.”

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