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Hey, everybody! Sorry about the lack of posting on here recently, but I’ve been working very hard on some projects, and one of them is ready! 274 more words


Zavodney Apel'sin

My title may seem like complete gibberish to you, but it’s more closer to home than you think. For me, rewind back to high school. My junior year I started dating my still, to-this-day boyfriend, Andrey, who, seemingly random but I will come back to this later, moved to America from Russian when he was fifteen. 1,797 more words


Manchild Accidentally Commits Murder, Deliberately Gets Brainwashed: A Clockwork Orange, X, 1971

TW: shocking amount of man-on-woman sexual assault, man-on-man beatings, torture, excessive nudity and objectification, mostly of ciswomen.

I finished the bezoomny book on Sunday, o my brothers, and in honor of… 310 more words

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I like drawing his hair

Singin' in the Rain (USA, 1952)

Directed by: Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen. As with Lay Mizzzz, this one was on my list of musicals that I should probably see before I die, and my partner (who hates musicals with a passion) was out of town, presenting a convenient arbitrary excuse to dig in. 338 more words

22 Great Movies Inspired by Even Better Books

In anticipation of Steven Spielberg‘s film adaptation of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One, we put our heads together and came up with a list of books-to-film adaptations we’ve really enjoyed and recommend as both good reads and good movies. 53 more words


Dystopian Lit Opening Lines ~ WIF Required Reading

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Dystopian Literature

Dystopian worlds are decidedly unlike our own – totalitarian, dehumanizing, frightening, often futuristic. The job of their creators, then, is to imagine a hellish world and put it on paper, in writing that somehow makes its existence terrifyingly plausible. 1,768 more words