A Shot of Global
Fiction

A Shot of Global

A story by Peter Primer December 2017 We’re in Székesfehérvar, in close vicinity of an as-yet unused university campus building, close by, but not there, for the gentlemen in our focus only sleep there, and we’re now in a small pub found in the post-war socialist projects, post-war, post-socialist, post-projects. It has plastic chairs and … Continue reading

Rogue State, Rebel Yell
Fiction

Rogue State, Rebel Yell

“There was something intoxicating about him. The way he knew the right people, was in on the secret meaning of all that was happening in the country, and spoke the talk of power as an insider. How he ridiculed norms, and with the norms all that hypocrisy that always surrounded her, that she hated so much. With Árpád, walking over obstacles was the norm.” Continue reading