Issue #50: Four stories turning Fifty on Hypercritic ♣️♦️♥️♠️





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Dear all, 
In the 50th issue of our newsletter, four Hypercritic records turning 50 guide us through four different narrative worlds: #Poems, #Movies, #Books and #Music. 
Enjoy your reading and don’t forget to tune in to our social channels -InstagramTwitter, and Facebook to follow our Poetry Marathon. The event will take place from Tuesday, March 15 to Monday, March 21, the great finale on International Poetry Day.
This year’s theme is Against war | The Sound of Poetry and will be a celebration of songs! 🎵

Anne Sexton and confessional poetry
➡️ Read Wanting to Die | Anne Sexton’s lust for precipice
➡️ Read  Oxygen in my tents | Amelia Rosselli’s side of the story
➡️ Read Ode to Invisibility | Ellen Bass and the torment of beauty
The Candidate and political satire
➡️ Watch The Candidate | American politics before the Watergate
➡️ Watch Wag the Dog | When comedy looks like reality
➡️ Watch The Politician | An ironic and extra political satire
Italo Calvino and the postmodern novel
➡️ Read Invisible Cities | A love poem to the city
➡️ Read The Hours | A novel overcoming time and space
➡️ Read The New York Trilogy is a brilliant philosophical adventure
J.J. Cale and American blues rock
➡️ Play J.J. Cale's Naturally is a classic of the blues-rock genre
➡️ Play Elephant | A coalescence of beautiful influences
➡️ Play Crosby, Stills & Nash | A matter of balance
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