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Felicien Rops: "Death at the Ball"

Félicien Rops, the Belgian printmaker and illustrator, had an undeniable connection to decadence. In particular, that decadence which emphasized decay of the moral order of the relatively young Bourgeoisie in Europe was something Rops reveled in. 670 more words


Summer's Friend published on DM Du Jour

Way, way, way back in January I submitted a short story (Summer’s Friend) to an online horror magazine, called Danse Macabre. I had all but written off a reply from the magazine, since it had been SEVEN MONTHS!! 57 more words

Christian Laforet

Sound and Vision

Ruth Page was a prolific choreographer, inspired by many genres of music and even spoken poetry, so it was no suprise to find sound recordings in most of the formats available from the 1920’s to the 1980’s in this collection.   369 more words

Might I Suggest a Little Light Reading?

I wasn’t planning on any more blogging this week (especially two days in a row) after the gargantuan beast that was yesterday’s post, but I had to make an exception. 354 more words


The Essential Geek Library: Stephen King's 'Danse Macabre'

Here’s another in my series of reviews of books that every geek needs to read. Check tags below for earlier entries.

And, as usual, these reviews are framed in the reality that most of them came out before the Internet, when fans bought books if they wanted to find out who played the second male lead behind Kevin McCarthy in the 1956 classic “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” (It was King Donovan.) 249 more words


Phonocaptors ~ Danse Macabre

The water’s warm, the surf is up, and it’s time for some new surf rock music!  You can’t get by on Dick Dale and Mountain Dew forever.   299 more words

Richard Allen