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Review: House of Trump, House of Putin

The Trump presidency and its farce/carnival atmosphere is one of those can't-look-away car-crash things. Over the last months I've found myself going through a phase of gorging...

The Downing of the Drones by Noel Maurice out today

Caught between the US drone attacks and the Taliban, a brother and sister set out on the refugee trail for Europe, fleeing their Afghan mountain village for a new life. Meanwhile a UK detective with secrets and a background in undercover work arrives in Berlin to help stem the wave of Islamist terror attacks that is spreading relentlessly across Europe. In the US, the CIA are coming to terms with the fact that their military drones are being hacked and brought down one by one, and that they are helpless to stop it. When ISIS are thrown into the mix, allies become enemies and enemies allies, until things come to a head on the streets of Berlin.

All the fun of the fair: it’s Wordfest 2019 this coming Saturday – co-presented by indieBerlin

Robert Grant is a man who knows how to throw a party. The larger than life spoken word poet who also runs a music video company called Twisted Reel now gives us Berlin's go-to...

Check out our range of Indie Berlin, Indie Republik and Band Merch in the brand new Indie Berlin Shop – more products added each week!

WTF: Teen Surf Goth Author Oscar Bruno D’Artois

indieberlin: Your book, Teen Surf Goth: tell it us in one sentence... Oscar d'Artois: its not a fashion statement, its a fucking deathwish indieberlin: how did the writing of it happen? Oscar Bruno d'Artois: in the spring/summer of 2013 i met and/or became aware of...

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Naked Boys Reading – Again!

Naked Boys Reading – Again!

Remember in April, when I gushed about Naked Boys Reading at Monster Ronson's? You don't remember? Here's the original post. There was another stint of NBR in summer, and a few days ago, they threw their third Berlin reading party. I went to listen to and see naked...

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Interview with writer Brigid Fitch

Interview with writer Brigid Fitch

Brigid Fitch holds an illustrious plethora of literary awards as a poet and an essayist, trained as a dancer, and studied sound art and noise music. Her performances push boundaries every day, crossing genre, crossing gender. She incorporates her own text in...

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A poem from one of our LITEROPHONE writers

A poem from one of our LITEROPHONE writers

Are you begging for more yet? We'll give you more! This time it's a poem by Penelope J. Goring, another one of our splendid writers from abroad whom you can dial up from our magic LITEROPHONE. Read and enjoy! * * * * * * * cold bed storm song this island is surrounded...

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SPEED REVIEW: Lucy K. Shaw, The Motion

SPEED REVIEW: Lucy K. Shaw, The Motion

The indie book fair and lounge may be upon us, but that doesn't mean we don't also find time to write a few quick reviews. SPEED REVIEWS, at least. Here's one, before we get on with the fair planning and freaking out. Here we go L K Shaw's "The Motion" is a speedy...

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