Horror Writers Association

18 Jun 19
UPROXX

There’s way more than just TV on there. Here are the best films Hulu has to offer right now.

17 Jun 19
Matthew Liedke on Film

The “Hunger Games” series may be returning to the big screen, with word of a prequel project hitting Hollywood. According to Variety, Lionsgate is now working on a prequel “Hunger Games” picture, based on a fourth book in the series by writer Suzanne Collins. The previous three books by Collins went on to be adapted […]

17 Jun 19
From The Darkness Into The Light

Rahab The Woman God Took From the Dunghill Scripture References—Joshua 2:1, 3; 6:17-25; Matthew 1:5; Hebrews 11:31; James 2:25 Name Meaning—The first part of Rahab—“Ra,” was the name of an Egyptian god. As an Amorite, Rahab belonged to an idolatrous people, and had a name meaning “insolence,” “fierceness,” or “broad,” “spaciousness.” Family Connections—While Rahab’s parents, brothers and sisters were alive […]

17 Jun 19
Paper Beats World

Today on the Spring Author Interview series, we have Cynthia Ley, author of It’s A Mystery! Please enjoy.   TELL US ABOUT YOUR BOOK. My latest book is the second in the cozy series It’s A Mystery II: A Player Sets The Stage. The first story, “It’s A Mystery I: The Lost Boys,” debuted in […]

17 Jun 19
TweetFest

Back in the hot seat we have a few of our previous VIP judges, and a few new ones to add further excitement to the 2019 TweetFest Film Festival line-up. Read on to find out a little more about just a few of our judges for this year, as well as how to enter our […]

17 Jun 19
Big Brother 2 Go.com

York House School is an independent day school for girls located in the heart of Shaughnessy, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Founded in the middle of the Great Depression by seven women, York House provides opportunities for girls in academics, fine arts, athletics, and community service.

16 Jun 19
From The Darkness Into The Light

Rahab The Woman God Took From the Dunghill Scripture References—Joshua 2:1, 3; 6:17-25; Matthew 1:5; Hebrews 11:31; James 2:25 Name Meaning—The first part of Rahab—“Ra,” was the name of an Egyptian god. As an Amorite, Rahab belonged to an idolatrous people, and had a name meaning “insolence,” “fierceness,” or “broad,” “spaciousness.” Family Connections—While Rahab’s parents, brothers and sisters were alive […]

16 Jun 19
Comrade Finnegan

I have seen the piles of human skulls. I have heard the stories about the Cambodian killing fields. Obviously a number of people died at one time. But the story of Pol Pot trying to eliminate all opposition, even those with glasses, always sounded a bit fantastical to me. Sure, it could be. Strange then, […]

16 Jun 19
dynastycrooks

Friends, something different again for your Sunday reading. Today we have Alo Pal (@alopal), who is a much better writer than me. She is a teacher, a ferocious fighter from the ‘Modi Once More’ group and a co-organizer of the Pondy Literature Fest. Here’s to her!   THE CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE MY heart leaps up when […]

16 Jun 19
Russia News Now

“I have written it as an attempt at justice.” Hilaire Belloc, Introduction to The Jews (1922) Several weeks ago I participated in a discussion of my work with Kevin MacDonald for TOQLive, and in the days prior to that I had a look at my past articles in the TOO author’s archive. It came as […]

15 Jun 19
The Wasted World

Far from espousing a simply anti-technological position, Pynchon’s essay is shot through with ambivalence, moving from the revolutionary hopes of Byron’s poem to the recuperation of those same energies to the ends of an eventual entente between humanity and machine. Pynchon equivocates between these two positions, suggesting in one paragraph that “if the logistics can be worked out, miracles may yet be possible” and in another revealing that promise of perfection to be the scam of “an emerging technopolitical order that might or might not know what it was doing” (Pynchon 1984).