Blue Light

18 Jun 19
Wallaceburg Biking Community

For last nights hard ride, I almost thought it was going to be a one person ride again but suddenly at the last minute one of our regulars showed up and pushed me to my limits. (in a good way). As I sat waiting for a biking companion(s) to arrive, I watch a children play […]

18 Jun 19
The Various Hues of Blue

It is a fantasy that all women have had. The power to strike down our oppressors, our abusers, the ones who leer at us on the streets, touch us without consent, and grope us at our workplace, in public transport, in clubs. Anywhere and everywhere we go, we are told to keep vigil. To be […]

18 Jun 19
State of the Art

Book jackets and the illustrations on them are often portals to the unknown worlds contained between the pages. We take a look at some compelling covers from our upcoming online auction of First Editions, Signed and Limited Edition Books, which will take place on 25 – 26 June 2019 on StoryLTD.com.

18 Jun 19
News Bakerrs

Jasmin Aviva Sandelson | Longreads | June 2019 | 28 minutes (7,121 words)   I loved being one of your girls. I wasn’t your favorite, but I didn’t need to be. What we had was different. I found you on that hiking trip to the Spanish mountains. At first I was wary — at our […]

18 Jun 19
Folt Bolt Shop

Handmade artisan jewelry: earrings made of sterling silver, aluminium and resin. Natural fresh water black pearls approx. 7 mm (0,3″). (pearls not exactly black – they are in reality very dark blue/black/purple, they are called black). Drawing sank in resin, total earrings length approx. 6 cm (2,4 inches). Earrings are very light thanks to aluminium […]

18 Jun 19
BiblioMarket

Jasmin Aviva Sandelson | Longreads | June 2019 | 28 minutes (7,121 words)   I loved being one of your girls. I wasn’t your favorite, but I didn’t need to be. What we had was different. I found you on that hiking trip to the Spanish mountains. At first I was wary — at our […]

18 Jun 19
Anime Rants

(Note: This is a Spoiler-free Review. Please enjoy!) ChaoS;Child is part of what fans call “the semicolon universe,” which means shows like Steins;Gate, Robotics;Notes, and Occultic;Nine. These all happen in the same universe, or so I’ve been told; however, they follow completely different characters and stories. Another one is ChaoS;HEAd, the prequel story to the […]

18 Jun 19
Musing

We’re thrilled that Alix Ohlin, author of the new novel Dual Citizens, and Julia Phillips, author of Disappearing Earth, will be appearing together at Parnassus on Tuesday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m. to sign and discuss their books. In anticipation of their arrival, we’re delighted to share an excerpt of Dual Citizens right here. (And […]

18 Jun 19
ALL STAR BIO

Jonathan Frakes is one of the prominent television film actor, director, and producer from America. Similarly, he is best known for his portrayal of the character William T. Riker in the science fiction series Star Trek: The Next Generation. In addition, he appeared as a host for the television show named Beyond Belief: Fact or […]

18 Jun 19
Genetic Literacy Project

Farmers and plant breeders are in a race against time. The world population is growing rapidly …. but the amount of cultivable land is limited. Warmer temperatures have extended growth seasons in some areas — and brought drought and pests to others. “We face a grand challenge in terms of feeding the world,” said Lee […]

18 Jun 19
Longreads

Years after recovering from anorexia, Jasmin Sandelson writes a letter to the high school friend she idolized, and explores how hunger, love, and envy shaped — and ended — their relationship.

18 Jun 19
The Greetery Blog

Welcome back to Day #2 of our countdown to the release of our June collection! Today is all about SUMMER! Mason jars, lemonade, and fields of daisies! All of the new products being showcased today are part of our June collection, which will go up in the store on Friday, June 21 at 10am EDT. […]

18 Jun 19
The Seasoned Sojourner

April 27, 2016 (part 2) We ducked our heads when we crossed the threshold into our Riad (later I forgot to duck and regretted it immensely).  The woman in the purple caftan’s name is Azziza and she turns out to be the woman who will be looking after us while we are in Marrakech.  She […]

18 Jun 19
Frequent Miler

On my recent trip to Europe, I had a number of small “ah-ha” moments. These didn’t all warrant separate posts, but I thought that some readers traveling to Europe may benefit from one or another of my mistakes and/or observations, so I’m collectively putting them together here as a list of lessons from my recent […]