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Oh How High Time Flies

When the sun hits the horizon my eyes are still looking directly into your eyes.
Up all night from the lines we did in the bathroom at the gay bar last night. 356 more words

Geoffrey Chaucer 'The Nun's Priest's Tale'

The three priests accompanying the nuns got merged into one – or at least only one of them gets to tell his story after a long and depressing tale of the Monk, which the editors of the… 113 more words


Geoffrey Chaucer 'The Pardoner's Tale' - the epilogue

The Pardoner ends his story by exhorting his fellows to buy his pardons and adore his relics, because you never know – they may fall down from their horses and break their necks any minute. 162 more words


'Young Skins' - Irish winner of the Guardian First Book Award - reviewed

Young Skins: Stories by Colin Barrett (Stinging Fly Press, €12.99) has just won the Guardian First Book Award. The judges said the Barrett is “a writer who can go the distance”. 432 more words

Books & Literature


Dogs barking at ten-thirty at night before your job interview in the morning. Feedback from the speakers at the open mic you went to. Three year-olds whining on the subway as you try to listen to your headphones. 274 more words


Bookworm Bytes 4: Evolving from Lawyer to Librarian

Today we listen to Singaporean Archana Patel and the story of how she transformed herself from a lawyer specialising in matrimonial law into a librarian-curator of her on-line book rental business. 1,313 more words


Hello Followers!

I know my blog has been inactive for a while and I apologize, but if you want to see all the work my class is doing with electronic literature, follow me on Twitter @akissofjersey, look at our class hastag #elitclass, and read my professor’s blog: … 21 more words

Electronic Literature