Hamlet

21 Feb 19
To Inform is to Influence

Share Tweet Forward 21 February 2019 *TRENDS OF THE WEEK* The Leperous Distilment of Disinformation     Sleeping within my orchard My custom always of the afternoon, Upon my secure hour thy uncle stole, With juice of cursed hebenon in a vial, And in the porches of my ears did pour The leperous distilment     William Shakespeare; […]

21 Feb 19
Harwicensis

Christopher Newport has been immortalised in history thanks to his part in helping found the settlement of Jamestown in Virginia, one of America’s early colonial settlements. As such, there are many sources out there detailing his life and the major moments thereof, so this blog post will look at various things that are more relevant to […]

21 Feb 19
Dream by Day

Wondering why there is a part 2? Because I think this actually goes beyond merely literary critique. Let’s take an example: The Bible. One of the big areas I see this is around homosexuality. And it makes me see a little cross-eyed because every verse that gets brought up is brought up either without the […]

21 Feb 19
World Literature
21 Feb 19
Literary Hub

Near the beginning of each term, I tell my writing students that they’re all going to fail. It’s a rhetorically charged claim; a few students giggle or snicker, clearly uncomfortable, and then everyone grows pretty silent. And then I tell them that I don’t really mean fail in the traditional, F-on-the-transcript-and-uncomfortable-calls-home sense (sometimes there’s more […]

21 Feb 19

Yesterday was a strange day.  I had hardly slept because of pain, and in the morning I felt so bad, so I decided that if I didn’t go out I would sink into the most horrible depression.  It’s a bit like if you ignore it it’s not really there.  You know – defying it!     […]

21 Feb 19
Beyond the Beautiful

After many years, sasha was going back to her hometown. A little hamlet where most of them were farmers and peasants. A secluded place which was away from the busy lives of smart cities. From the times she could remember she wanted to make a great living for herself, she wanted to be a professional […]

21 Feb 19
Fuller FM

A review of Shrewsbury’s 2018/2019 season in League One – including awards, statistics, and my summer transfer plans.

21 Feb 19
Da Bears Blog

In 1994 I began writing movie reviews for a Kearny, New Jersey newspaper called The Hudson Press. It was “the other paper” in town. The pricks at The Observer wouldn’t give me the time of day. Then I went to work at Blockbuster Video, where I was canned for playing Glengarry Glen Ross – instead of […]

21 Feb 19
Book Club Chic

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21 Feb 19
OCHESY

A total of 31 shops and food items worth millions of Naira have reportedly burnt at Shaikh Gumi Market, Bakin Dogo area of Kaduna State. Report from the Northern state says it’s a fire outbreak. According to Daily Trust, it was gathered that the fire started around 2:am on Wednesday when most of the shop […]

21 Feb 19
~ wander.essence ~

After leaving Durango, I drove around the San Juan Skyway Scenic Byway, making my first stop in the town of Silverton.  I arrived about 10:45 and walked around the cute town.  It was still sunny, but I could see dark clouds and rain over the route I’d just driven.  I put my leftover momos and […]

21 Feb 19
Kuku Chatter

Kumao is like a tapestry in which nature, history and spirituality are interwoven beautifully to capture the imagination of anyone who chooses to dwell in it. Each area has a distinct flavor and appeal. Bageshwar district adjacent to Almora has its own distinct configuration / layout displaying its unique splendor. We started early morning from […]

21 Feb 19
Run For Espresso

Do you have a favourite route that when you go back to it, it almost feels like you’re revisiting an old friend, you remember all the little bits that made it your favourite, no matter how long it is since you last ran it? Or is that just me and being really sad? I’ll tell […]