Spring ISSUE 2016
Uniting & Celebrating Diversity Through Literature & Art
Where the West Meets the Middle and the Mid Meets the West
"He who is different from me does
not impoverish me -he enriches me.
Our unity is constituted in something higher
than ourselves - in Man...
For no man seeks to hear his own
echo, or to find his reflection in the glass.”
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
In This Issue //
Ardita Jatru,"I'm going to sleep," One day we will get on the train," The most villified woman in our neighborhood," You ran away," The nights that bed doesn't fit me in," and "People who didn't love me. Translated from Albanian into English by Laureta Petoshati
Knot's Spring Recommendations
Reviews, Interviews, Non-Fiction, Memoir & Essays
from Garden Oak Press
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