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The Fate of Poets – New EBook

Ovi Magazine celebrates the World Humanitarian Day adding a new Book in its shelves. “The Fate of Poets” David Sparenberg’s fourth EBook with Ovi magazine, dedicated to 45 years poem writing.

The poet is a response waiting for an answer.

Please do download The Fate of Poets, for FREE HERE!

Enjoy the reading!

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Visit our FREE to download Bookshelves

The Ovi Bookshop may not have shelves, but you can still find a variety (even in languages) of PDF books stocked here. Over time, we will be adding more titles to our selection and offer the possibility of digitally printing the books, so you can actually hold it in your hands.

All for FREE!

Visit us HERE!

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The Caligula Presidency: The EBook

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The Caligula Presidency: The EBook
Download the Ebook in PDF and epub/mobi format for your tablets and telephones – always for FREE, HERE: http://www.ovimagazine.com/cat/56

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The Raven – an EBook

In order to honour the day, Ovi magazine publishes “The Raven” with illustrations made by Katerina Charisi.

You can download our new EBook HERE as always for FREE! Noticing that there are two versions, one in English and another the Greek translation for our Greek readers, translated by Katerina Charisi.

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Spirituality, the new Ovi thematic issue

ovicover_02_04_15Even though the idea was to publish this thematic issue in the beginning of 2015, it took us three months to finalize it. Our aim in the beginning was to invite people who could represent a diverse spectrum of beliefs and spiritual ideas.

However, even though with some spiritual beliefs absent, I want to believe that we managed pretty well. Oddly we didn’t only managed to collect diverse article about spirituality but we also managed to have articles diverting spirituality. Which makes everything far more interesting.

I think the best way to see this diverting diversity is to see this special issue as a whole and not just the articles that attract your believes or your curiosity.

Then there are the pictures that accompany the articles and some that stand on their own. They also have stories to tell and to be honest I would like to add more, since I have the feeling that we often mixed spirituality with religion. But the same time as I mentioned before looking at the magazine as a whole you understand that it is not about religion but about spirituality.

From the beginning I had the feeling that this was a strange theme with a lot of semantics but looking at it finished the feeling that mission was accomplice, grew stronger inside me. You see Ovi’s aim was never to give answers but provoke questions. And I think we managed well.

A big thank you to the participants – members of the Ovi team or not – in the series their articles appear in the Ovi Thematic Issue:

Kittirat Yothnangrong,
Lady Layla,
David Sparenberg,
Prof. Emanuel L. Paparella,
Amir Khatib,
Murray Hunter,
Ali Najjar,
Larry Culliford,
Nikos Laios

You can download the magazine, HERE! or read in online

Enjoy!

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