OnTime Books, this budding publishing house that boasts a wide array of books and springs surprises on writers, will be publishing a Russian and a Ukrainian author in a single volume in an attempt to prove that literature and art unite and the only war artists and writers can take part in are the peaceful fights in the name of dignity, the dissemination of free thinking, peace and the ultimate value of human existence.
At the same time, tens of thousands of trapped Ukrainians and frightened Russian soldiers — who are deployed across an inhospitable land as wannabe invaders — are at the mercy
of pernicious political decisions and sinister politicians abusing power.
While in Mariupol desperate Ukrainian civilians brace themselves for the Great Exodus, like the women during the Third Siege of Missolonghi, a Ukrainian author Anna Canic from Odissos, Ucraine and a Russian author Alexander Cabishev from Saint Petersburg, Russia like another Lord Byron, will join forces in extolling this symbolic Exodus, World Peace, condemning violence and showcasing the essential peace-making power of art and, more specifically, literature.
The first joint symbolic worldwide edition will be out on March 28th, with a view to leading to a ceasefire and unconditional peace, even for a single day.