“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.”
Doodle Review: Venomoth Feels Great Kinship with Helena Maria Viramontes’ Women Out of Place in the Classic Collection “Moths and Other Stories”
(The Moths and Other Stories by Helena Maria Viramontes is a classic that most genre readers do not know to embrace.)
I am so excited by the myth of Atlantis. Honestly, it’s an incredible wealth of story and myth that stems from a few cryptic lines of text in a Greek Philosopher’s tall tale telling. I am endlessly fascinated by the… Read More ›
The Luminous Dead will live in the caverns of your mind for a long, long time.
1984: Is this the one with Facebook, or where they burn books?
Fahrenheit 451: Read it now on Hulu
The town of Shimmer, Maryland, has drawn various African American artists for centuries. Although the artists used different mediums, from quilts to dolls to oil, they all use the same hauntingly unique, shifting color of a marsh bell orchid to… Read More ›