Sundown Audio

16 Apr 19
C to Shining C

Admittedly I can’t say I ever knew all that much about the city of Memphis other than it being home to Elvis Presley’s Graceland. And to be honest I can’t say I ever had a desire to visit up until a few months ago. In my travel planning for Nashville I came across a blog […]

14 Apr 19
The Busybody

This nine-chapter novella is the first of two stories set in between the periods of Stranger Things: The College Years and Stranger Things: The New Generation. I advise reading those stories, as well as the third in that trilogy, Stranger Things: World’s End, before reading this one, which is supplementary and does not involve the […]

11 Apr 19
All Saints' Chiang Mai

From Father Iain, All Saints Chiang Mai His palms were pierced for us! Dear Friends, In English, the word palms has two meanings: it refers to the branches of the palm tree, which we wave on Palm Sunday, but it also refers to the softest and most vulnerable part of our hands.  Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, […]

09 Apr 19
DVD NEWS FLASH: THE REVIEWS

I’m surprised Fangoria never covered Superstition, though they must have made casual mention of it somewhere in their long run, and I’m sure I came upon it, and subsequently ignored it. I know the kinds of films I gravitate towards and I know for a fact a movie titled Superstition would not have garnered a […]

08 Apr 19
Globetrotter Stories

: Drishti Sanyal “Travel improves the mind wonderfully, and does away with all one’s prejudices,” -Oscar Wilde, The Happy Prince and Other Tales It is a breezy afternoon in mid-April. Retracing my steps back to my childhood, I reminisce the moment when I was on my way back home after a long holiday. I feel […]

05 Apr 19
Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Over the past week, Australian poet, Frank Prem, has shared recordings of some of his work on this blog. You can listen to the poems by clicking here and here. Frank’s new book, Devil in the Wind, is now available to pre-order in Paperback and as an e-book. Devil In The Wind is an account […]

05 Apr 19
Travel Tales and Teddy Bears

We flew via London and landed in Muscat on Saturday early morning after a 8 h overnight flight . If you do go via London Heathrow International Airport , there is a pretty cool play area for toddlers and pre- schoolers at gate A3 in Terminal 5. Check it out if you have more than […]

05 Apr 19
Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

This week I am reviewing an memoir that is a collection of poems and stories about growing up in a small town in Australia, Small Town Kid by Frank Prem. About Small Town Kid Small Town Kid is the experience of regional life as a child, in an insular town during the late 1960s to […]

01 Apr 19
Equanimous Rex

(You can find links to the audio/podcast versions of The Witch-Doctor episodes here.) (You can find the project’s Patreon here.)  The Witch-Doctor: Episode Seven Fallencycle.com Written & read by Equanimous Rex Edited by James Curcio Logo by Amun Disalvatron __ You are reading an episode of The Witch-Doctor, a serial fiction podcast based in the Fallen Cycle universe. The […]

01 Apr 19
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31 Mar 19
immortalising transience

In the new year I’ve embraced running as a way to stay mentally sharp and physically fit. I feel alive and strong, especially when I run in darkness. But, as a woman in a world that changes after sundown, I can’t always run when and where I want to. I fuse photography and storytelling to […]

29 Mar 19
Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

No-one can read a poem like the person from whose pen it flowed. There is something of the writer’s heart, life and soul in the words. They know the unwritten pauses, the emotional shifts, the hidden emphasis that bring the words to life… and yet, most of the time, we read a poem without the […]

27 Mar 19
Tanggu English Reading Room

Vanity Fair, Critic’s Notebook The Truth About Green Book The feel-good, awards-friendly dramedy is built on a shaky “true story” foundation that both clarifies and exacerbates its problems, writes our film critic. by K. Austin Collins December 11, 2018 Ali and Mortensen star in Farrelly’s Green Book. Courtesy of Universal Pictures/Participant/DreamWorks. A surprising word keeps […]

20 Mar 19
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