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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!

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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


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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Something from the past by Katerina Charisi

I’m getting old. I’m getting old and I feel my doors shut one by one. Yesterday I met with my childhood’s best friend, thirty years after, and I gave her my hand to shake. All I was willing to give her was a handshake! Do you get it?

mortal01_400We used to wear each other’s clothes, spent weekends together, chatting and dreaming until someone would ask us to be quiet. We shared the same lukewarm beer when we went to the beach in summer nights to meet with the boys. We even shared the same boyfriend once! I had asked her to kiss my boyfriend and tell me if he was a good kisser. All true.

And now, I gave her my hand to shake. Like she was just another neighbour I accidentally met downtown. I didn’t ask her to have a coffee with me and catch up. She didn’t ask my number when she walked away. The moment just passed and lost forever, like any of those old times ever happened. Like the life we shared was another life, not ours.

Why did I have to see her again? Why do I remember all these things now?


Check Mortals of Megapolis I & II EBOOK
You can download them for FREE HERE!

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Melancholy by Dr. Lawrence Nannery

Slowly you come on, slowly you press down.
Seeping and soothing, but darkening my dreams.
Soon my futures are all dun.

Get away, you bitch!
I’ll have to look over my shoulder, walk zigzag, hide in coverts —
Anything to avoid you, you nasty brute you.

melanch01_400I’m tired of shoving you off me, you monstrous incubus,
Tired of carrying you, as though I owed you something.
You swell up behind my eyes and darken everything.
You act as though you have the right to.

Here I lie abed, with you on top of me.
Push here, and you flop over to there.
Suffocating, formless, unanswerable, refusing to shake hands,
Or obey rules, or be fair, or rest awhile, or be shamed.

Stand back! Roll away!
Or I’ll beat you with this stick.
I’ll beat myself on the head until you go away.
Oh, stop arguing that there is a good reason for all this.

I’ve succumbed to you too many times.
No more!
Believe me, if I could just get hold of you,
I’d take you by the throat. I’d do you serious harm.

I’m too old for this crap anymore, these pictures with black borders.
All that crap. … I will outlast you, do you in,
I’ll give a public demonstration of your dissipation
And then, with no explanation, give myself a celebration.

What I need are glad sunrises, and an end to black borders,
Soothing love, bountiful beauty, warm mirth.
Because when you roll in, blocking the light,
You smother all good things, pale them in spite.


Check Dr. Lawrence Nannery’s Poetry Collection:
“Translations from the Cinema”
You can download them for FREE HERE!



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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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The Aesthetics of Benedetto Croce

Ovi publications present Professor Ernesto Paolozzi’s new book “The Aesthetics of
Benedetto Croce”

“It is high time that Croce too, like Vico, be rediscovered and appreciated in his own right, as the other great modern Neapolitan philosophical genius that he is. Paolozzi’s books are undoubtedly a giant step in that direction.”

Download the book for FREE HERE!


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