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Q is for Quentin

Good Morning,

I do apologize for not posting yesterday for theA to Z challenge, but here is the blog I was going to post.

We are up to the infamous Q. 310 more words

Pity the Poor Librarian

I don’t know who is behind the anonymous blog Professional Library Literature but I think that they’re overdue for a sabbatical . These hilarious pulp fiction book parodies will surely ring true for our librarian readers, professional students and library habitué.


Inglorious Basterds Movie Review

It will probably be hard to avoid a little personal bias in submitting this review, since I was an impressionable college student when a young director named Quentin Tarantino revolutionized modern cinema with a sleepy little crime epic he called “Pulp Fiction.” It was 1994. 922 more words

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The Copper Web

The breeze blew the heat from the flames up close to her face as she peered through the shiny new chain link fence. She touched a finger to one of the knots of metal and it was warm, like the tip of a lighter that’s been torched too long. 932 more words


Fear No Evil

Fear No Evil
Alice Brennan | Prestige Books | 1970 | 256 pages

Young English teacher Margaret Blyeth, blaming herself for the suicide of a prospective suitor whom she rejected, retreats to a resort on the shores of Upper Michigan’s Lake Superior. 610 more words

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Pulp Fiction Animation

You can watch my animation by clicking here

I thought recreating a movie scene was pretty fun. I enjoyed experimenting around with the tools and seeing how accurately my animation could resemble the actual scene. 126 more words


Crown, La Familia

Remove’th of thy makeup
colors like a clown,
like war paint, the town.

Take away my extensions
haaair for daaaaays,
and not a shit trace of gray – 53 more words

Pulp Fiction