An interview with Nummer9080:       “ Dorya Glenn is wild, contemporary and romantic at the same time”         Those who in the last months have looked up in the sky occasionally saw it was written in the stars. Photographer Filip Naudts foretells the future in a sci-fi photographic novel that is available […]

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Check out he link & be sure to visit other tabs as well 🙂 http://oddphotopoetry.blogspot.com/2013/01/butterfly-by-julie-oyang.html#!/2013/01/butterfly-by-julie-oyang.html Don’t be so quick to run, RABBIT, you are not finished with me yet. Here’s the plan. Go to  Amazon or Barnes & Noble and order your print copy. Butterfly, a novel by Julie O’Yang is also available in all eBook […]

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One Imperative is a thematic Art/Lit zine curated by Jeremy Fernando, to which I’m a regular contributor. The past issue, Issue 9′s theme is Literary (re)view, it’s here: http://www.oneimperative.com/2013/01/09-reviews/.  However, I was worried that people didn’t pay attention at all, and still more important, something I read today on Facebook made me feel necessary to repost. […]

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“I’m grateful to the people who are allowing me to exist. I wake up every morning knowing that my voice is heard. I do realise  it’s a great responsibility. I have the power to change, change at least some little things, some little old dominating ways of thinking…” Check out our conversation here http://hvashishta.blogspot.nl/2012/12/a-talk-with-novelist-julie-oyang.html

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Read here the complete review of my novel BUTTERFLY by Abdullah Khan. The title is now available in all eBook formats, including iPad, Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, Copia, Gardners,  Baker & Taylor, eBookPie. >>> Order print copy on Amazon or Barns&Noble                                                            or >>> Free worldwide delivery from Book Depository. Buy here your print copy today!!!

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[*chrysalis, also known as aurelia or nympha, is the pupal stage of butterflies. The term is derived from the metallic gold-coloration found in the pupae of many butterflies, referred to by the Greek term chrysós for gold.] Facebook on 21 June 2012: Julie O’Yang shared the following link to say goodnight to friends, which led […]

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With tears, sweat and blood — yep, it’s true, these are little everythings of an author — I have been able to collect a bunch of links. Things I enjoyed saying/being said, hearing/being heard, reading/being read, writing/being written. Other than the Google accesses, these here are romantic because they involve personal expression, flawed, imperfect and inadequate. Julie’s dreaded […]

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Caught in the Crossfire: moment of truth An attempt to thought-provoking, literary courting between Marcus Speh & Julie O’Yang J O’Y: Marcus, tell me…What are you wearing, which colour? What is Art? Is literature Art? MS: I’m wearing as little as possible because it got really hot in Berlin all of a sudden. I wear […]

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“Chinese mythology is filled with tales of fish-women, erotic enchantresses who can disguise their scales, perhaps for generations, in order to lure the human men they love. These archetypal creatures have been re-imagined by Dutch-Chinese author Julie O’Yang in her fascinating new book Butterfly: A Novel, and they exist in a world that incorporates the […]

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