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Spec poetry article at Bookslut

Bookslut has an article on speculative poetry by Sessily Watt, featuring a review of Stone Telling 11. (The existence of this piece was kindly pointed out to me by… 181 more words

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Looking at the grave of the invisible man

Björk’s new album is deservedly getting a lot of attention, but there is another, much quieter release from an Icelandic artist – literally quieter. It’s not an album, it’s a poetry chapbook. 843 more words

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Where Do You Find Meaning?

“The occult is actually a deep and important part of the human imagination. I almost wish I didn’t have to use the word, because what I am talking about is that aspect of the human psyche.

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Brand New

Those days when you wake up glum and then something super nice happens…
Poured a cup of tea, rubbed the sleep from my eyes, waited for the laptop to boot up and saw that my first review in… 19 more words

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Charles Blackstone: The Proust Questionnaire

by
Daulton Dickey.

The Proust Questionnaire is a notorious questionnaire meant to gain insight into a person’s psychological makeup. Although the writer Marcel Proust didn’t invent it, he is purported to have provided the greatest answers to it on two separate occasions, which is why it now bears his name. 524 more words

Bookslut Review

“To write about Beastings is to write about silence. Benjamin Myers’s latest novel has a small central cast of uncommunicative characters: a mute teenage girl, a baby, a determined priest, and a disgruntled poacher. 141 more words

The Bookslut Gets Surreal

I really do want to offer you dear readers reblogs that are simple, but I must share the posts that I find most interesting. Once again, I want to share with you something the Bookslut had to say. 135 more words

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