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3-Way Perspective

I’m starting to bring my illustrations inspired by Poe’s ‘The Tell Tale Heart’ together now and have realised they would work best as a comic for my final outcome. 25 more words

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Baltimore Diaries (Again-illy)...

from Sherlock Holmes Esq to Dr J Watson:

Watson – I have been doing a little digging concerning D’bignose and his associates…I fear we have stepped in to a veritable Vipers’ Nest of Political Intrigue, Skullduggery and Matters which should not be brought in to the Public Arena. 240 more words

Detective Fiction

Edgar Allan Poe Posters

So my new brief is to produce a narrative using a combination of illustration and typography. For my chosen narrative I picked Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Tell Tale Heart’, as I have always been interested by Poe’s work, with its dark twists, rich imagery and Gothic genre. 74 more words

January 2015 Reading Round Up

Here’s the round up of all the books I’ve devoured in January:

Game of Thrones by George R.R Martin: Finally I’ve gotten round to reading this series and the first book did not disappoint. 323 more words

Books

Edgar Scissorhands

If aliens with little knowledge of human beings decided to write a musical about Edgar Allan Poe, but somewhere along the way confused him with one of Tim Burton’s misfits, they couldn’t do much worse than  287 more words

Reviews

Profile: Diana Shafer of Terrific Friends

Diana Shafer is the talented artist behind Terrific Friends and sponsor of our Edgar Allan Poe Print Giveaway.

She most graciously agreed to tell us a bit more about herself, in her own words. 404 more words

Writers

One of My Best Friends: Happy Birthday, The Raven


I have been on quite the mystery kick lately, so more posts will be forthcoming.

In the meantime, today is the 170th anniversary of the publication of Poe’s  620 more words

Book Musings