At the end of Gregory’s novella, you feel as though the story itself is a gift. Something from someone who wants to show you the best of what you, or maybe all of us, could become.
As a high school teacher, I have complete control over my small classroom library. Among the hand-me-downs, library leftovers and nobody-teaches-me-anymore books are carefully placed titles for reluctant readers. These are the books students who never read come back to… Read More ›
It’s been said that the sense of smell has the ability to bring back memories more than any other. But what about taste?
By John H. Stevens Ursula K. Le Guin was a prolific writer, penning dozens of novels and hundreds of short stories. She also wrote frequently about the creative process and the socio-political forces that influenced it. This topic came up… Read More ›
Before Joe started doodling and I started typing up reviews, I had a dream: I was singing softly, quietly, to myself as I worked, yet my voice echoed and was amplified and the gentle tune was heard near and far… Read More ›
“Let me tell you something about the Pacific. Fill your lungs with it just once, and all your responsibilities will dissolve, and you’ll waltz drunken circles with the surf in your arms. Try this on for size: the gift of abandon.”
Snow Over Utopia is a must-read for fans of apocalyptic fiction, dark fantasy, or sci-fi.