Category Archives: book reviews, novel extracts

Eastlit – May edition 2016

A journal of Literature & Art, South East Asia – Included in May’s edition an extract from my novel – The Indochina Man by Cid Andrenelli. The extract is titled ‘The Border Town’     http://www.eastlit.com/eastlit-may-2016/ Advertisements

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Remembering Tehran

  A short novella by Cid Andrenelli in The Telegraph….press to read

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Finding Zero (Review)

Originally posted on bluejayblog:
Personally, I consider mathematics to be a rather useful albeit, dry, intimidating field of study.  In public school, my grades in arithmetic and math were terrible.  I finally found a truce with the subject in college…

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The Man Who Threw His Wife Down The Toilet

Tonight JFK a lowbrow tabloid talk show presenter reveals the truth about Geoff Butcher, better known as the man who chucked his wife down the toilet and got away with it. During the play JFK calls weird and wonderful witnesses … Continue reading

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The Indochina Man by Cid Andrenelli

To read click on the ‘ChineseMan’ link below ChineseMan pdf read here  

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Black comedy is in style

Black Comedy is in Style — Cid Andrenelli, Artist and Writer Finding an enigmatic artist and activist whose talents cross multiple mediums is rare to find. Italian artist, writer and playwright Cid Andrenelli is one of these unique talents. Examining … Continue reading

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Finally read this… Review by Omar Raza

https://twitter.com/OmarRaza/status/510530832982102016/photo/1 Omar Raza ‏@OmarRaza Finally read this. Amazing. Depicts a concise, comical & shocking POV about Muslims identity of all generations. It’s written in such an open-minded way. Really highlighting that simple identities as a Muslim is a thing of … Continue reading

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