Hi everyone! We have a guest blogger for today’s poetics – Laura Bloomsbury. Good morning Poets. Perhaps I am being premature with this piece as International Dylan Thomas Day is not until next month. Nevertheless, it is officially Spring now in the Northern Hemisphere, with all its stirring sights and sounds, and Dylan Thomas with […]
Blind Horse Knives
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Author’s Note: This was the first book I ever wrote, and while I have retouched it for upload here it’s still a bit on the immature side, most notably in its lack of subtlety and teeny tiny chapters. It’s the tale of the United States after an economic apocalypse; inflation has run wild. Life is […]
All entries in this blog are freely submitted by members of the Kurt Vonnegut Book Club and are uncensored. Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent the opinions or positions of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, its staff, or its management. The club met this glorious spring day at the Woodland Country Club in a […]
The leaders in Game of Thrones are compelling examples because they are imperfect, under enormous stress, and dedicated to delivering results beyond their own individual betterment.