Seductive Avatars of Maya – the book is out!

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Seductive Avatars of Maya - Anthology of Dystopian Lives

My second book just out and is available Here

“At a time when sweeping sagas hold sway and the Big Book dominates literary spheres, a Small Book telling the story of shadow lives appears like a grain of sand on a vast shore. But that’s if we go by appearances alone. In Seductive Avatars of Maya*, Mark Ulyseas uncovers a world in a grain of sand, ferreting out intensely experienced moments in the lives of people caught in a limbo of obsessive reality.”
– Randhir Khare, Celebrated Indian Poet, Writer and Playwright

* Maya in Sanskrit means illusion.

Rainy – The book is out!

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RAINY - My Friend and Philosopher by Mark Ulyseas

RAINY – My friend & Philosopher is finally out on the stands!                   It is available Here,  Here and Here

Celebrated Irish Poet, Writer and Playwright, Terry McDonagh says in the foreword -“This book makes no attempt to cut life up into chunks. Dog and man take us, meandering, through a series of happenings and experiences. They take us through the deceptive simplicity of attempting to understand wisdom sent by the Universe. We are drawn into their destiny. Nature is fragile. The world is no longer flat.”

https://www.amazon.com/author/markulyseas 

 

Live Encounters Magazine March 2016

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LE Mag March 2016 L

His Beatitude Emeritus Patriarch Michel Sabbah – exclusive interview
Father Dr David M. Neuhaus SJ – Christian Peace-making in Israel-Palestine Today
Rabbi Arik Ascherman – Rabbis for Human Rights
Dr Altaf Qadir – Pakistan’s Academics under siege by Government
Dr Budi Hernawan – Is the Pacific’s solidarity for Papua on the rise?
Yesim Yaprak Yildiz – Aboriginal people against the forced closure…
Elizabeth Willmott-Harrop – Faces of Change in Ethiopia Part 3
Anjum Katyal  – Encounters with Badal Sircar
Anna Salleh – Coração Brasileiro – A Brazilian Heart
Joachim Matschoss – Travel – First World Problems
Mark Ulyseas – The Ugliness of Exceptionalism
Jill Gocher – A message from Rumi

 

Live Encounters Poetry March 2016

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David Almaleck Wolinsky – Beggar of the World
David Morgan – Urban Anxieties
Deborah Lavin – Sharp Memories
Deirdre Grimes – It Will Come
Geraldine Mills – The Other Side of Longing
Greta Sykes – Poems on War and Peace
Ingrid Storholmen – Selected Poems
Joachim Matschoss – Thinking in Fragments
Michael Durack – Alchemy
Nasrin Parvaz – Selected Poems
Randhir Khare – In Prague
Terry McDonagh – Guest Editorial Inaugural Live Encounters Poetry Edition

Live Encounters Magazine February 2016

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Paulo Coelho – The three forms of love: Eros, Philos, Agape
Randhir Khare – Where Journeys Meet
Terry McDonagh – On the Train to Dublin July 1st 2014
Philip Casey – Tried and Sentenced
Natalie Wood – Renew This Town’s Life
Elizabeth Willmott-Harrop – Faces of Change in Ethiopia Part 2
Siobhán Airey – Normative Esperanto?
Farrukh Dhondy – Prophet of Love
Jill Gocher – Tajen The Clandestine Cockfight
Mark Ulyseas – Black Maria
Tisha Wardlow – Making Rhinos Count in a World of Indifference

 

Live Encounters Magazine January 2016

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Dr Robyn Rowland AO – This Intimate War
Terry McDonagh – Sledging
Elizabeth Willmott-Harrop – Faces of Change in Ethiopia Part 1
Mark Ulyseas – The Ethics of Living
Natalie Wood – ‘We’re Not in Kansas Any More’!
Randhir Khare – Walking with Spirits
David Morgan – Contemporary Dilemmas
Joachim Matschoss – Travels in Asia
John Pinschmidt – Maiden Voyage
David Almaleck Wolinsky – The Auschwitz Cookbook
Mark I Chaves – Glimpses of Daily Life in the Maldives
A CPJ special report by Elana Beiser Editorial director of the Committee to Protect Journalists

Live Encounters Magazine Four Volume Issue is out 2015!

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