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Guest Post: Eric R. Asher

Book 4

An ocean
of darkness lives in the journal of Philip Pinkerton. Ancient things with no
place in our world are rising from the Abyss. 508 more words

Armand Rosamilia

BOOK REVIEW: Deco Radio by Peter Sheridan (Review by Caroline Baum)

Peter Sheridan is a man possessed by a peculiar but persistent affection for bakelite – the world’s first synthetic plastic. To some, this material may appear unlovely and charmless, but to Sheridan it is the stuff of poetry. 549 more words

Australian Author

On the Eighteenth Day of December . . .

This morning, at the day shelter for homeless men where I work, I participated in one of the most bittersweet annual events of the holiday season-the Memorial Service for all the men who passed away this year. 

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Guest Blog By John Adams: The New Zealand View On Climate Change

New Zealand may be a small contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions, but on a per capita basis our emissions are very high, so we have a responsibility to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem. 2,018 more words

Climate Change

The Road Less Traveled

From the time I was five years old until I graduated high school I wanted to be a lawyer.  I had no interest in marriage, kids, or family.   1,000 more words

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Guest blog: Worth fighting for in 2015? Gemma Okell, Salisbury Arts Centre looks at the year ahead.

Worth Fighting for in 2015?

How best to celebrate 2015 has been the subject of much discussion at Salisbury Arts Centre.

The 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta and on-going commemorations of the centenary of World War One, combined with the Arts Centre’s fortieth anniversary as an arts venue and tenth full year since re-opening after a £4million capital development programme, felt worth marking. 762 more words


On the Seventeenth of December . . .

The hour is late, as is this post, but thankfully, love and kindness were right on time today.  I returned home from work after a twelve-hour day, and the long day could not have been for a better reason. 

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