Puff of Black

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About Christopher Gretkus

Christopher Gretkus (1970). Known as publisher and editor-in-chief of emagazine NOVELMASTERS | NVLMS. Writer and photojournalist. Born in Poland, moved to the UK in 2005. In the late 90's he was publishing short stories and poems in polish, in the renowned Warsaw literature magazine "Brulion". He wrote a book of poems called "Scream and whisper" published in 1996 by MOK. His prose poem "Puff of black" was originally finished in 1999, translated into english by the author in 2013 and published as an ebook by Smashwords. The author writes in english and polish since then. His next project is a novel "Platinum blood".

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Review by: D.B.Tarpley on Sep. 22, 2014 :
'Puff of Black' by Christopher Gretkus is a despondent, desolate indictment of the human race reflecting that we are so far gone from grace as to be irredeemable by nature. This book is unique, visceral, and in your face with a point of view that just won't quit. The writing, the words used, tumble toward you like an errant meteor speeding through space; waiting to collide with your unsuspecting subconscious in the form of raw epiphany. I sincerely enjoyed this piece of work and look forward to anything Mr. Getkus may release in the future.
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Review by: Stephen Martin on May 30, 2013 :
Mind blowing and groundbreaking piece of literature. A masterpiece. This book for poetry is like a "2001 a space odyssey" for cinematography. It's very sad that the author must still await our acknowledgment.
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Review by: Dorota Mrozek on April 29, 2013 :
Controversial,courageous,ruthlessly honest,it's diffrent.This book is really amazing.Great style.I recommend!
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Review by: Derek Gretzky on April 28, 2013 :
A masterpiece. This is a truly individual and affecting piece of literature. Discursive, intrusive and abrasive with this harrowing but fascinating "eastern european tint english". The author claimed he wanted among many other things to "kill and reinvent poetry" and he succeeded. This book has no mercy for us, for mankind. It says We are mostly evil, small and pathetic beings in the universe and it was said with a magnificent style to me.
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Review by: Lukas on April 24, 2013 :
Strange, impulsive, others... You need to read!
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Review by: adam jarecky on April 23, 2013 :
I came across this book by accident - the cover grabbed my attention. It made me think a lot, some phrases and ideas just left me stunned...It's different - very sophisticated, very difficult, bold, refreshing and stylish. It's a book for connoisseurs I presume and will always be underrated. I will be always coming back to this book...
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