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The Blog Runner

I feel like the only appropriate way to open up this shindig is with, “howdy y’all.”

My name’s Hannah, or Hannah Kaye if my mom’s got my number for something. 400 more words

Southern Gothic

Finding Flannery O'Connor

Like many who enter the Catholic Church in America, I went through a phase in my journey which was all EWTN all the time.  Whatever flaws there may be in the administration of EWTN at the present moment, they still are an excellent and inspiring resource for those seeking the Truth of the Orthodox Faith.   1,111 more words


Review: A Masquerade of Saints by Nicole Loughan

Disease, insanity, and death were the angels that attended my cradle, and since then have followed me throughout my life. – Edvard Munch

Psychopaths know the technical difference between right and wrong – which is one of the reasons their insanity pleas in criminal cases so rarely succeed; they just fail to act on that knowledge. 796 more words

New Orleans

I wrote a creepy poem. Enjoy.


Out beyond suburban lights

towards the sunburnt hinterland

I wave a greeting to your speckled shadow

lying by the river bay.

From above, you’re just a dot, 342 more words


'A Good Man Is Hard To Find' by Flannery O'Connor

A Good Man Is Hard To Find by Flannery O’Connor, 1953

The magic trick:

Three shots in the woods, not just two

Quick spoiler alert: I am writing this post under the assumption that the reader is familiar with this story. 703 more words


War Eagle Women: It's All About the Secrets

Name a Gothic novel without secrets. You can’t. Secrets are the core of all things Gothic.
I take that back. Secrets that refuse to be kept are the core of all things Gothic. 177 more words

The South