Author: Eksentrika

SHORT STORY | The Phoenix that Stains its Feathers by Peter Soh

Image sourced “The phoenix is believed to be seen in times of peace and serenity. Therefore, it is common to spot the phoenix in Peranakan ware because this mystical bird is full of auspicious connotations,” Baba Victor explained while showcasing his colourful collections of Peranakan ware to fellow amateur antique collectors. His antique teak wood cupboards housed a splendid array of Peranakan ware of different designs, sizes and colours and the auspicious bird could be spotted from the typical famille rose kamcheng to the rare lime green chupu. This Bird of Fire was seen flying around the Peranakan vessels,...

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SHORT STORY | Angel In A Turban by Lo Sin Yee

Man with a White Turban by John Singer Sargent In the shade of some dripping palm fronds, I was sitting at the edge of a bench, waiting for my brother to pick me up. Many tall buildings of glass and steel adorned the area in the vicinity of KLCC, the busiest hub in the city. My eyes, fretful with impatience, were searching for the rust-biege colour of my brother’s car in the river of traffic. A spell seemed to have been cast upon everything, pulling them along the road in opposing directions. Suddenly, a strong singing broke my concentration....

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Nature and pop culture inspired artworks dominate March 2018!

And here we are, at the first quarter of 2018! *rubs eyes and stares at calendar* For March, we’ve had some solid artworks which were selected from two local art groups, the Doodle Malaysia – Do you doodle? Facebook group and EveryArt Is Facebook group. Some were submitted to us via email. Much of these artworks had floral elements and were nature inspired. There were a couple of pop culture inspired artworks thrown in as well. All in all, March did not disappoint! And it’s no surprise which artwork became Eksentrika’s Art of the Month for March 2018. Jeng!...

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POETRY | Why the Fuck? by Darien Nagle

Image credit muddycolors.com Darien has been a left-brainer all his life, until a spiritual awakening a few years ago activated his right-brain and changed his life forever. Still a left-brainer, Darien now spends his days combining the best of the old 3rd dimensional world that he knew so well, with his new multi-dimensional reality to the betterment of the human race generally. Darien takes every day as it comes and embraces the opportunities that literally fall into his lap, including the odd channelling of random poetry. Are you a writer or poet who wishes to share your work? Feel...

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SHORT STORY | Fairies and Magick by Mary Maguire

Image credit flowerfairy.co.uk *** This was a short story which was performed by Mary Maguire at PARI PARI DI klpac on February 24, 2018. It was so awesome that we decided to publish the entire story/script here! INTRO: Pot Head Pixies by Gong – fades out after 20 secs I am, you are, we are crazy… Enters performance space dancing to the music – notices audience. STARTS TO READ December 1951 Mean temperature 6.3 degrees Celsius Changeable Rainfall mostly light and plenty of sunshine On December 28th over 6mm of rain fell AND in the early hours of that same...

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