Unlikely Stories Presents

SAM VAKNIN has stared into the Nietzsche

To the Unlikely Stories home pageDoesn't he look harmless?While reading the poetry and micro-fiction of Sam Vaknin, one immediately runs into the questions we typically prefer not to ask. Sam's poems are full of whys; the whys of psychology, the whys of sociology, the whys of the physical world and the whys of the greater universe. Sam isn't afraid to ask why, or attempt to answer the question. And his answers are good ones, that leave us hungry for more.

Sam Vaknin is the author of Malignant Self Love - Narcissism Revisited and After the Rain - How the West Lost the East. He is a columnist for Central Europe Review, PopMatters, and eBookWeb, a United Press International (UPI) Senior Business Correspondent, and the editor of mental health and Central East Europe categories in The Open Directory and Suite101.

Until recently, he served as the Economic Advisor to the Government of Macedonia.

Visit Sam's Web site at http://samvak.tripod.com. Or check out his books at the Unlikely Stories bookstore. You can write to him at palma@unet.com.mk.

Sam's works here at Unlikely Stories are:

The Old Gods Wander Fearful Love
Selfdream Getting Old
Tableaux (on Van Gogh) Skopje - Where Time Stood Still
Abuse Portrait of the Narcissist as a Young Man
My Woman and I Miracle of the Kisses
How I "Became" a Narcissist Looking for a Family
The Disappearance of the Witness A Great Admiration
The Music of My Emotions A Ghost in the Machine
Being There Here You Are, Madam

When you wake the morning (hear Sam read it) Prague at dusk (hear Sam read it)
Prowling (hear Sam read it) A Hundred Children
Cutting to Existence (hear Sam read it) Snowflake Haiku
I Need to Know You

You'll need an MP3 player, such as Winamp, to hear Sam read his poems.