Tag Archives: Dracula

Folk horror: a sub-genre of horror that draws on the roots of our cultures

Witches, demons and ancient gods… Folk horror feeds on the oldest popular myths and legends of our history, sources of fascination and deep fear buried in each of us. Imbued with enchantment and occultism forgotten in our modern society, lose yourself on a short journey into the heart of the folk horror mysteries. Before we […]

Fiction or reality?

When we travel, we are searching for different locations, with spectacular views, good food, and beautiful places to visit. In the countries we are going to, we can discover a deep history related to the places we see. Today’s article is focused on Romania’s landscape and buildings between fiction and reality. I suppose the whole […]

Voices August 2020

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts.” Sir Winston Churchill So here we are, once again in the process of publishing a brand new Voices! This month, our fellowship of writers has strived to enjoyably offer you both insightful and diversified content. Noises might be quite […]

Пари, пари…. Колку слатко треба да е во светот на депониите!

Еднаш одамна, во едно далечно место, во Кралството Македонија живееа пет амбициозни, позитивни и љубопитни млади самовили. Еден ден, тие беа повикани во Советот на кралството наречено ВЦС (Волонтерски Центар Скопје) – место толку мало, но сепак, толку големо од топлината што ја произведува, љубовта што ја дава и можностите што ги обезбедува за многу, […]

Money, money – must be funny in a waste-trash world!

Once upon a time, in a faraway place called the kingdom of Macedonia there were living 5 young very ambitious, curious, positive and know it all young fairies. So, they decided to check by the consult of the kingdom called Volunteers Centre Skopje – a place so small, yet so big by the warmth it […]