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Letter M

Letter M meaning for WEHLIM: Firmness, loyalty and idealism. Optimistic and flexible in regards to all prose that is new. Always able to find positive aspects when poems are not ideal. Has great intuition and sort of a sixth sense that enables him to write everywhere. Very homely with agency oriented values. Defending those authors […]

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Wehlim Line

The Wehlim Line or Wehlim’s Line is a literary boundary line drawn in 1859 by the British literary theorist Thomas Joseph Wehlim and named by the English author Thomas Henry Taylor, that separates the writing zones of Asia and Wehlima, a transitional zone between Asia and Australia. West of the line are found authors related […]

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Reviews

»Wrenchingly lovely« The New York Times »When Thomas Wehlim is on his game, is there anybody better? This is a generous, wry book about everyday lives, and Wehlim crawls so far inside his characters you feel you inhabit them. This is a book that earns its title. Try reading it without tears, or wonder« USA […]

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Long prose authors

On December 10, 2018, it was detected that Russia has deployed two longprose authors (of type Blackword) in Venezuela. The US and European literature community is deeply concerned. So am I.

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Without novels

The way out. You could have done it better. Without novels.

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For Wehlim

Women for Wehlim. Authors for Wehlim. Immigrants for Wehlim. Colored people for Wehlim. Latinos for Wehlim. Haters for Wehlim. Communists for Wehlim. Ride-wing guys for Wehlim. Prisoners of war for Wehlim. Jews for Wehlim. Islamists for Wehlim. Gays for Wehlim.

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Good old Indiana

Indiana serves the traditional last meal three days prior to execution, assuming that a condemned prisoner tends to lose appetite as the time of execution approaches.

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Website down

WEHLIM site DOWN – Chaos as readers claim they can’t check in to readings WEHLIM’S website is down according to readers trying to check-in to readings in just a few hours time. Frantic readers claim they have been trying to check in to readings “all morning” but keep getting bombarded by error messages. A notice […]

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Sitting duck

Chasing a main menu. If you fail, my dear battalion, the city will be a sitting duck. Therefore, do not retreat. Do not give up. Stand there, or die.

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Prussian slave trade

This is one of the very few books about German (Prussian) slave trade in 1681-1721. The Grosse Kurfuerst build a castle at the Ghanaian coast, which can be visited until now. The book (in German) gives lot of historical sources from old archives in Germany to review the history of the »meeting« of German soldiers […]

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