Emily The Strange

20 Feb 19
Liverpool University Press Blog

In 1975, a contributor to the short-lived T. S. Eliot Review characterized the state of Eliot scholarship as an incomplete mosaic, with “the primary materials for research [. . .] either in jumbled disarray or missing entirely.” While a glut of memoirs flooded the literary marketplace, serious scholars lacked the “fundamental research tools” to fill […]

20 Feb 19
Laina Has Too Much Spare Time

Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Tressa of Wishful Endings. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, which was created by Jill Breaking the Spine. Buy links include affiliate links, where I can earn a small commission if you purchase through them. In Another Life by C. C. Hunter Release date: March 26th, 2019 Amazon […]

20 Feb 19
Laudato Si' Project Blog

The 4-part Outdoor Adventure Series will consist of essays written by students who participated in one of Wyoming Catholic College’s COR Expeditions: a 21-day backpacking trip infused with faith, community, virtue and beauty. Choose Wisely by Emily Gecosky Wild berries were our staple snack food during our time in the Wind River Range of Wyoming. […]

20 Feb 19
Writes of the Roundtable

Mina Okafor and AJ Austin are one of the greatest ships on TV. I said it. The Resident 2×15 “Queens” proves that AJ and Mina are a slow, but forceful burn, and it’s only getting better. Mina and AJ aside, this episode was one of the best we’ve seen yet on this show.

20 Feb 19
NTA NET

NTA NET English Literature MCQs:- 1. ————- imported the decasyllabic line from France and under Italian influence made it pliable. It became the heroic line which was the surpassing vehicle of the great poetry of England. A) Chaucer B) Spenser C) Wyatt D) Marlowe Ans. A 2. In The Canterbury Tales, who recites the litany of […]

20 Feb 19
Literary Hub

Valeria Luiselli’s novel, Lost Children Archive, is now available from Knopf. * Who do you most wish would read your book? Anyone who thinks that “Make America Great Again” is not a fascist slogan. What do you always want to talk about in interviews but never get to? I’ve always wanted to ask interviewers how they […]

20 Feb 19
File 770

The annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival for the first time since its inception will hold a bi-coastal gathering with films, premieres and panels in New York City, Los Angeles and Santa Ana, CA. Independent filmmakers will have a platform to tackle a variety of themes that empower the narratives of Philip K. […]

20 Feb 19
Simon Allard

In this part of the course I am asked to take a sample of around six pieces of my strongest work with a clear division between my creative areas and try to ascertain the relationships between my two distinct activities, also to look for common themes that might not have been apparent. I am also […]

20 Feb 19
Ebooks in PDF

To get any of above e-book for free, e-Mail: prarthnasangh.elib@gmail.com   1 1492 Mary Johnston 2 1984 George Orwell 3 1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described Edward S. Ellis 4 1001 Q and A on Orthography and Reading B. A. Hathaway 5 13 Days – An Escape from a German Prison John Alan Lyde Caunter 6 […]

20 Feb 19
The Movie Going Experience

by Erik Bhatnagar   Reviewer Note: This review will also be discussing some of the recent events that happened involving behind the scenes drama; which involved the film’s star revealing some shocking and offensive information about his past; and the overall idea of separating “art from the artist.”               These days, it seems more […]

20 Feb 19
Repeating Islands

In commemoration of the anniversary of Stuart Hall’s birth (February 3, 1932) and death (February 10, 2014), here is an interview with Christian Campbell about his poem, “Sculpture with Fragments of Stuart Hall.” [Interview by Ivette Romero.] In October, the Academy of American Poets published “Sculpture with Fragments of Stuart Hall,” a poem by Christian […]

20 Feb 19

I’m back! I really suck at this blogging thing, huh? At least I can admit it! I get in these weird moods where I’d rather be doing anything but reading and it sucks. Sometimes work also gets so overwhelming where I don’t have time to read. It all just sucks. I’ve been wanting to correct […]

19 Feb 19
Dynasty III: The Next Generation

LAST TIME ON DYNASTY III:  THE NEXT GENERTATION….. Patrick plays the surveillance tape of Alexis and Jeremy’s conversation while he and Dex continue to delve further into Alexis’ questionable past with Cecil Colby. Patrick and Dex advise caution to Alexis regarding the division of the Moroccan leases, warning her that due to U.N. sanctions, she […]

19 Feb 19
Maximilian Farley's Portfolio

On October 22nd, 1996, Emily Farley had her second son and named him Maximilian, the greatest name to ever grace a child, but I might be a little biased. My mother was a lawyer and my dad, a construction worker. Apparently, we moved around a lot when I was young, but I only remember two […]