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Writing from dreams #2

I’ve been thinking about writers who have used their dreams to create pieces of fiction. This has been prompted in part, by the extremely vivid dream that I had last night. 365 more words


O luto de Frankenstein

“Ela morreu calmamente, e mesmo na morte seu semblante irradiava amor. Não preciso descrever os sentimentos daqueles cujos laços mais caros são rompidos pelo mais irreparável dos males, o vazio que isso representa para o espírito, o desespero das expressões. 202 more words


The Old Man Still Has His Writing Legs: A Review of Revival

Oh, Stephen King.  I have an on and off again relationship with him for the past 25 years (although more on in the past 10 years).  2,787 more words


IGCSE English Lit: Final Readings in Frankenstein

At last, we come to the end of our first literary journey.

Our final readings in Frankenstein will comprise the last few chapters in Volume 3. 93 more words

Literary Analysis

Mary Shelly's Frankenstein.

This is one of my favourite books, I read it a couple of years ago and seems quite relevant to my work at the moment. I find the story of the creation of the novel just as interesting. 813 more words


"as a dream"

The whole series of my life appeared to me as a dream; I sometimes doubted if indeed it were all true, for it never presented itself to my mind with the force of reality.

Frankenstein, Mary Shelley

For Pleasure or Production: My Unproduced Audio Drama Scripts Made Available

It turns out I have four audio drama scripts that have never been produced for one reason or another. Rather than let them fester and wither and fade and gently whimper in my laptop, I decide to introduce them to world. 76 more words

Audio Drama