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THE NOAH CICERO BATHROOM READER by Noah Cicero

Vampires, Adderall, tigers, anxiety, love, and life in Korea collide in the greatest bathroom reader of all time. 142 more words

Alt Lit

killer in the home - adam and the ants

I mentioned last week that I’ve completed dossiers for all four of my major characters. Actually, on closer inspection, I’d only completed three. The central character, the murderer, hasn’t got one yet. 311 more words

Writing

Being a Bedroom Musician in the Tracker Age

Beginnings

Writing music in .mod format has been a part of my artistic expression since long time; while not musically trained in the canonical way -beside some of the typical flute lessons and the basics of note reading in middle school; when in 1983 i bought my first computer, a ZX Spectrum, the sound was driven by a beeper built-in inside and was able to do just a note at the time of pitch and length decided by a BASIC instruction; so not too much field for tune making there, at least until the first advanced music routines appeared, and were published on RUN, an italian cassette driven magazine; that made me experiment with some pieces (tried to redo the hang-on theme) but that was it. 1,181 more words

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Vorig weekend had ik zin om op de bank te liggen en las ik Ripper van Isabel Allende. Ik had nog niet eerder een boek van haar gelezen en wist daarom niet echt wat ik moest verwachten. 513 more words

Read

Top 10 Video Game Guns

There are a lot of signature weapons in games.  Guns in games are probably the most prolific genre there is.  Picking the right weapon can make all the difference.  1,480 more words

Media

rearrange your synapses - atari teenage riot

I’m all set to embark on next month’s novel. My working pattern for the next few months involves me caning work for three, four days followed by three, four days off. 390 more words

Writing

go your own way - fleetwood mac

This week, I’ve mostly been writing towards the novel scheduled for October this year – and planning next month’s first draft frenzy. I’ve been using Scrivener for this. 304 more words

Fiction