Welcome to The World Outside the Window a magazine-style website offering an eclectic mix of the arts and top-quality journalism.
The site is edited and managed by John de Gruyther. John is an author, poet, songwriter and visual artist.
Once described as “almost as popular as The New York Times,” that is an unflinchingly accurate description of the website’s popularity.
John has worked with Titan Publishing, Star Trek Magazine, The Guardian, LSG Media, The Citizen, SFX magazine and many more.
His first eBook – Aardvark Tales (published by The World Outside the Window Publishing), is out now.
John’s first poetry collection Poems & Sketches from the Holy County is available to buy in paperback https://amzn.to/2DpD1KX
John’s poems have been published with Free Verse Revolution & Spillwords Press.
John is the co-founder of “The Poet is Mightier than the Sword.” spoken word event and he runs poetry workshops, helping people discover the world of poetry is accessible to all.
All the contributors to The World Outside the Window are dedicated to finding the truth within the lie, the uplifting in the horrific. The philosophy at The World Outside HQ is that there is a beautiful world outside the window and we have to have the compassion to notice it and to share it with each other.
If you would like to support the World Outside the Window with creating quality independent journalism and unique and thought-provoking art then you can do so in two ways. You can buy John a cup of coffee for just three dollars by clicking the link below.
Or you can become a Patreon by pledging a small one off amount. In return you will receive an individual reward and also help with the running costs of the site and the creation of the varied content provided for free for your reading pleasure.
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