A traveler comes to the end of his journey.
A haunting, gorgeous historical fiction that will stay with you long after you turn the last page.
A review of the lit mag for artificial intelligence.
When I picked up this beautiful gold and blue book, it felt right. Do you get that feeling sometimes, about books? You hold it in your hands and know it’s a good one? Michael Golding’s A Poet of the Invisible World needed no plot synopsis or gimmicks to get me to read it. Something of…
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