a short story by Philipp Kroiss.
Before moving on to the dance floor, he pulled Terry to the side,”How do you do it? How do you make everyone…fall in love with you?”
How and where does an archetypal fairy tale turn into an abstract romance with the night, then turn into a coming-of-age sci-fi adventure with actual aliens and eventually turn into a coming-of-age fantasy story with actual dragons over the course of 8 iterations? At the Uni-Verse, of course!
Are you interested in joining us? This is the „Lit-Hiker’s Guide to the Uni-Verse“ that will tell you everything you ought to know!
(Tip #1: You don’t need to be a student (or even a writer!) to attend our meetings!)
A Uni-Verse Christmas means cookies, chocolate (hot and cold), chatter, a Creative Secret Santa, Collaborative Christmas Stories and endless heaps upon mounts within galaxies of cupcakes of GLITTER!
We „lean(ed) and loaf(ed) at (our) ease observing a spear of summer grass“ (Whitman) and enjoyed the „summer, when luxuriously / Spring’s honeyed cud of youthful thought (we loved) / To ruminate, and by such dreaming high / (Were) nearest unto heaven“. (Keats)
a poem by Livia Regen.
„The end quite far
In the distance
Turned into narrow lanes“
a short story by Charlotte Zerz.
„He had every important film in his shelf, watching them all would take a lifetime, but then again, D. was remarkable, he could do things nobody else could do.“