The painter that killed Hitler

“I wasn’t eleven years old when I rebelled for the first time in my life. I didn’t want to be a clerk. I was...

Even cowboys get the blues

Annie Proulx is one of the most renowned American writers, way above the average. Her books have been awarded with the Pulitzer Prize, National Book...

The man who wasn’t there

The man who wasn’t there was born on a rainy night. He had big, transparent eyes and long hair. The doctor told the postpartum...

Carpe fuckin’ diem

There is this chimeric aphorism which emerged from the lips of Horace (the oh-captain-my-captain Robin Williams) and we adopted: Carpe diem, seize the day,...

Getting used to electroshocks; Seligman’s experiment

   The national disorder of the Greek people is clearly depression. You don’t have to be a psychologist to figure it out. All you have...

Stratos Dionysiou at Mount Sinai

It is written in the caves of Altamira, at the Dead Sea Scrolls and at the Ouija boards of Middle Ages: The world began...