Guest writer, Naphtali Rivkin:
Junot Diaz, in The Brief and Wondrous life of Oscar Wao, and Isabella Allende, in her rendition of Zorro, both interweave a bildungsroman with questions of ethnic identity. 2,484 more words
The morning is a cold one, a frosty morning. The sun is shining but has a pale winter light which brings no warmth. Gracie has been burying her treats. 332 more words
Django / Zorro, by Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner, and Esteve Polls; Dynamite Publishing; 2014.
Django. Everyone knows Django. Tarantino produces films on occasion which stick immediately with movie-goers, infuse or perhaps infect popular culture like a Silver Screen version of Lyme disease. 722 more words
Bandit bird, with your black balaclava on tight, you bounce in the lower boughs as they recover from your landing. Here you stake out the take out on the bird table and check the contents of the flailing feeder as you huddle against the freezing January wind. 58 more words