Wondering how author Svetlana Lilova feels about the illustrations in her Metaphysical Dictionary? Cira Nickel teases out this, and so much more, in an interview at Canthius, the excellent new literary magazine.
We place Svetlana Lilova's Metaphysical Dictionary in the window of an imaginary bookstore, after a quick trip to the Library of Babel.
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A series of beautiful short poems and abstract sentences. The concept of this book is so unique and the end product, in both the physical and written sense, is just mesmerizing. This book required my entire heart and mind whilst reading it.
Dannii Elle on Metaphysical Dictionary
Profound, whimsical and wise, delightfully illustrated by Graham Falk. Lilova offers us a compass, a roadmap, a mirror and a prism through which we can distill our lived experience and inner selves in this small, elegant volume.
Educateria on Metaphysical Dictionary
One of the best plot twists I have recently read... “The Man Who Remembered the Moon” is a brilliant novella from a promising new author.
Ventsi Dimitrov on The Man Who Remembered the Moon
An engrossing, fascinating tale... It’s a long time since I’ve enjoyed a new piece of writing so much.
Kaggsy on The Man Who Remembered the Moon
Enthralling... Although a short book, The Man Who Remembered the Moon is a huge story. Captivating, surprising, intense – and with a brilliant finale – it can never be less than memorable. And impressive in all of its aspects. *****
Carla Ribeiro on The Man Who Remembered the Moon