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Reading Bitter Bierce: The Science Fiction Stories, Part 1

The most anthologized of Bierce’s science fiction works are “The Damned Thing” and “Moxon’s Master”. I suspect that is a function of both their relatively short length and timeless themes. 1,434 more words

Ambrose Bierce

Edgar Allan Poe

The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins? 15 more words

Wild visions

“Wild visions, opium-engendered, flitted, shadow-like, before me.”

— Edgar Allan Poe, Ligeia

Literature

Edgar Allan Crow

See, the joke is that crows and ravens look alike, and so you can mistake a raven for a crow, which rhymes with Poe…I’m sorry. Anyways, this one is dedicated to crows. 30 more words

Pirateaba

Review: Madly, Deeply-Erica Crouch

Goodreads/Amazon/B&N/iBooks

It was many and many a year ago,

In a kingdom by the sea…

Annaleigh Wells and William Calloway had a love even the angels envied. 482 more words

YA Books

Medgar Fallon Poe


This is the writer Medgar Fallon Poe, the younger brother of Edgar Allan Poe.

Medgar was not highly esteemed amongst his peers because his poetry so closely resembled that of his famous brother.  124 more words

Writers

Calgary actor Scott Shpeley and Edmonton's Catalyst Theatre are Big Apple bound with Nevermore

Broadway (and off-Broadway) musicals have a long tradition of holding out-of-town tryouts — but Fort McMurray?

Believe it.

That’s because early in January, Edmonton’s Catalyst Theatre — cast, crew and star (Calgary musical theatre fave Scott Shpeley) — are hanging a shingle on their Edmonton residences, buying up some U.S. 642 more words

Theatre