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1. HOT ICE - Mark Krupa
"The metaphor's efficacy verges on magic, and it seems a tool for creation which God forgot inside one of her creatures."
2. THE NATO IMPERATIVE - Jooneed Khan
When the good guys (Yanks) aren't as good as they would like us to believe, and the bad guys (Serbs) aren't that bad, poetry gets written while Boeing makes 25 million for every day of bombing.
3. IN PURSUIT OF CULTURE - Robert Lewis
All of us would like to believe that we are to a certain extent cultured. But are we? An open ended question that encloses the answer.
4. PALTI - Rana Bose
An excerpt from Recovering Rude - a new novel by Rana Bose: a contemporary odyssey of self-discovery that begins in the streets of Calcutta and ends up among the shards of the Ten Commandments.
5. THEATER IN BELGRADE - Sam Boskey
Tragedy and theater of the absurd dissolved in American foreign policy -- otherwise known as NATO.
6. A CRITIQUE OF HOMOSEXUALITY - Michael Little
Homosexuality cooling off in the hot seat fighting for its place in the sun, but the writing is on the wall -- thanks to intelligent writers like Michael Little.
7. MASHUQA - RIMA BANERJI
An ode to passion. An ode to the body -- a woman's body.
8. WHERE ARE YOU? OR THE POST-PAST - Aïda Sameer
A short story that examines Quebec politics through the eyes of a Lebanese hit man.
9. MELTDOWN - Siraj Chew-Bose
Predictions for the fate of English writing in the hands of Generation X range from gloomy to despairing. Before you place your bets, check out 14 year old author-Wunderkind Chew-Bose.
10. TREES FOR THE MILLENNIUM - Ian McDonald
2000 A.D. If you haven't been infected with the virus of prognostication or apocalypse, Ian McDonald suggests ways to include everybody in the millennium party.
11. A TOUCH OF LEVITY - Maya Khankhoje
A parable on the pros and cons of lightening up.
12. THE PORTRAITS OF ROBERTO ROMEI ROTONDO - Robert J. Lewis
Vogue and Cosmopolitan notwithstanding, the phenomenon of the unhappy woman is thankfully an attraction the artist can't resist.
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