Emily The Strange

26 Apr 19
The Fan Companion

Season 1, Episode 1

26 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

On Monday With MPs on vacation – the only time we can usually rely on them to cause less damage – attention has been temporarily diverted from Brexit to the other major national crisis: what to do with Harry and Meghan. According to some sources, William and Kate feel that their style is a bit […]

26 Apr 19
Punk-Ass Book Jockey

Summer vacation is fast approaching, and for school librarians that means it’s time to start planning our summer reading recommendations. So I thought I’d share my list of suggested fiction and comics/graphic novels for 2019. This list was created through an alchemy involving age of the protagonists, themes or events a student would likely encounter […]

26 Apr 19
Dinosaur Zealot

Things making me happy this week: Grantchester: When we saw Les Mis a few weeks ago, they prefaced it with an advert for another PBS Masterpiece series, Grantchester. I love a good period piece, so I looked it up and I’m partway through the fourth season. It’s a murder-of-the-week mystery show based on a book […]

26 Apr 19
BuyersStrike!

Fans of 80s/90s jangle pop might recall Harriet Wheeler and her band The Sundays singing about “that little souvenir of a terrible year”, fans of Silicon Valley corporate shenanigans should take note of this little souvenir. as it plays a key role in the strange story of high flying Silicon Valley company Twist Biosciences (TWST). […]

26 Apr 19
Calgary Herald

It would have been strange to be a casual listener eavesdropping on the early rehearsals of Harpoon. For four days in January of 2018, actors Munro Chambers, Emily Tyra and Christopher Gray holed up in a Calgary hotel conference room with writer-director Rob Grant to work through his script for the darkly comic thriller. An […]

26 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

Right now in life, I think the real question should not be & why have you grown your armpit hair? & # 39; But actually, & # 39; why did you shave in the first place? & # 39; I have always been very hairy, like a child, a teenager and now a woman. I […]

26 Apr 19
Literary Hub

Dear Internet: Here is Sally Rooney writing about the Avengers and the superhero myths of American power. | Lit Hub Archive “Every returned text is wasted words.” Philip K. Dick Award-Winner Meg Elison’s rules for writing. . . an entire novel in ten days. | Lit Hub “A superhero narrative—or a fairy tale—means nothing if there’s […]

26 Apr 19
EMILY HILL

In the early 80s, operatic singer Klaus Nomi was at the crest of New York’s club scene. However, his untimely death from Aids in 1983 cut him off in his prime, before the world truly had the chance to appreciate his vibrant and bizarre performance art. It probably makes sense to begin with someone who […]

26 Apr 19
YPKIVERN55

Ittle Dew – Speedrun [14:46] (Achievement’Just Dew It’ + Elementary) achievement che si chiama “Just Dew It”, che consiste nel finire il gioco in meno di 15mins. Elementary” (Finire il Adventuress Ittle Dew and her sidekick Tippsie crash onto a strange island, filled with loot and mysterious inhabitants. Informazioni sul gioco Adventuress Ittle Dew and […]

26 Apr 19
Literary Hub

Pamela Druckerman, author of There Are No Grown-ups: A Midlife Coming-of-Age Story and Emily Oster, author of Cribsheet: A Data-Driven Guide to Better, More Relaxed Parenting, from Birth to Preschool, discuss parenting, data, and writing about children. * Pamela Druckerman: I’ve thought of many ways to begin this conversation. Some of my openers were just bad […]

26 Apr 19
Writing the Blues Away

I’m so utterly grateful to be writing this post, as I have been nominated by both Chloe and Jess for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Thank you so much again to the both of you, please go and take a look at their blogs. It makes blogging worthwhile knowing that people enjoy my content and show […]

26 Apr 19
The Impossible Library

It seemed appropriate, returning to the Carnegie Shortlist, to alternate and talk this time about a book for ‘middle-grade’ readers (though, that’s a strange designation, isn’t it? Not quite so good for the self-esteem than ‘young adult’). At first glance, this latest novel from Kate Saunders (of whom I only know the pitch perfect E. […]

26 Apr 19
The Cinemaholic

What is an existential movie? Any film that deals with the truth of life, without the materialistic set of rules, governmental systems, or societal norms can be defined as existential. They revolve around the theme of individuals trying to discern the real meaning of life in a strange world, as they try to embrace one’s […]

26 Apr 19
Spreading the Writer's Word

The Ladies of Horror Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge! The Gloves by Terrie Leigh Relf Despite the recent warnings of an impending snowstorm, there was just a fine icy mist swirling around their campsite. When Evan cranked up the radio an hour or so later, all they heard was static and white noise. “Maybe we should head back […]

26 Apr 19
A Wandering Poet

So sick of being honest, so tired of being an artist. When all around the cats swallow their shadows murmuring ‘you can’t do that’, and dream of the suns defeat. I’m probably going to die like Edgar Allan Poe, falling delirious on an empty street……calling out “Emily where are you…” Guess I could fake it………