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The Power of the Apocalypse

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The Power of the Apocalypse

An introduction of the book ‘The Power of the Apocalypse’ authored by Albania-born writer Angela Kosta  

Introduction of Author  

Angela Kosta - Italy - Poetess- Sindh CourierAngela Kosta was born in Albania in 1973 and has lived in Italy since 1995. She is a translator, essayist, literary critic and promoter. She has published 11 books: novels, poems and fairy tales in Albanian, Italian and English. Her poems are translated and published in 23 intercontinental countries, as well as various articles on her literary journey, as well as being (in the second half of 2023 alone), an author in 75 magazines and newspapers. She has been featured on the magazine covers of Elite Magazine (Liban), International Literary Language Journal (New Yor), Wordsmith International Editorial, (Florida).

Angela Kosta writes articles and interviews for the newspaper Calabria Live, Saturno magazine, Alessandria Today, and collaborates with various magazines in Lebanon, USA, Morocco, etc. Angela Kosta is Ambassador of Culture and Peace in: Bangladesh, Lebanon, Poland, Morocco, Canada, Algeria, Egypt, etc. After publishing in October 2023 her 10 a book in Albanian, a few weeks ago her new book The Power of the Apocalypse came out to readers after 4 years of silence for serious health reasons.

About the Book

I deal with the themes of the woman, mother, wife, and daughter, the Goddess of human suffering, who often silently suffers both verbal and psychological violence – Angela Kosta

In this book ‘The Power of the Apocalypse’, with a preface by Dr. Pier Carlo Lava and published by Kubera editore both on the poems, and also in the prose, – says the author, “I deal with the themes of the woman, mother, wife, daughter, the Goddess of human suffering, who often silently suffers both verbal and psychological violence. In spite of this, she continues and preserves this unspeakable power, of which man is unable to grasp even half of her strength.”

“The woman regenerates life itself in her womb, so she does not shrink from anything,” she added.

Angela says, “Beyond this I express the enchantment of deep love, the wonders of nature, the essence of life; the news about war, the holocaust, the tragedy of the lost at sea and everything that my eyes see and observe carefully, I transform into indomitable reflections.”

“There are also 15 Haiku poems in this book. Haiku which contemplate and complete what I mentioned above.”

Also read: A Piece of Bread… A Bouquet of Poems by Angela Kosta from Italy

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