Lit-Mag #14

International Literary Magazine – December 1999


Ars Electronica ERROR πTon / Michel and André Décosterd (CH), credit: Xavier Voirol

In our last edition before the new millennium texts from all over the world again, this time from Austria, Australia and America. Form and content are „limitless“ in their variety again, of course. An Advent poem is essential for our Christmas edition! We wish you all a happy millennium. – Andrea Bandhauer and Gerald Ganglbauer, Sydney


Angelique Bletsas  An ‚aspiring writer‘ from South Australia. Her piece is called To Seduce The Sun.

Harald Gsaller  Geboren 1960, Autor und bildender Künstler. Lebt in Wien und schreibt auch über die Stadt Wien: Ring und Gürtel, verloren, weg.

Catherine Basilicata  Catherine is an Italian born poet and lives in Sydney. Sanguinity is the title of her submission, and I had the pleasure of meeting her.

Sylvia Petter  An Austrian Australian who currently lives in Switzerland. The Tschusch is a short story settled in Austria. Sylvia and I met several times in Sydney and Vienna.

Ulrich Pichler  Studierte Englisch an der Universität Graz. Die Gedichte auf der Festplatte werden nun seiner kommunalpolitischen Arbeit für „Die Grünen“ gewichen sein.

Lauren Byleveld  Lauren is a poet from Victoria. Here you can read her Vic Poems in this 1999 issue, but I believe in the meantime she became a very successful business woman.

James Lineberger  A widely published guest writer from the US. American Poems are always welcome as it is nice to see that we are read right around the globe.

Christiane N. Neppel  Christine stammt aus Karlsruhe und lebt in Graz. Sie ist der schlichte Titel ihres Beitrags.

Melitta Manowarda Kessaris  Melitta lebt in Athen, Griechenland. Das neue Jahrtausend kommt nun rasch auf uns zu.
Frohe Weihnacht mit dem Adventkalender von christian r.


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