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Floods and tides

Maybe it’s coincidence since we were talking about Shakespearean sonnets yesterday, but Jilly’s next (for me) Jim Harrison quote has a distinctly Shakespearean feel.

“There is a human wildness held beneath the skin that finds all barriers brutishly unbearable” Jim Harrison… 186 more words

Book Review: Roar

Roar is the first fantasy novel by New York Times best selling romance author Cora Carmack. It seems as though she was cut out for fantasy all along, because her creative and dangerous world of storms is fearfully beautiful. 236 more words

The Odd Menu

Three Plays

Most of my reading over the past month has been drama. Briefer-than-usual reviews of the three plays I’ve read recently follow.

1. Prince Friedrich of Homburg, by Heinrich von Kleist… 588 more words

So are they all, all honorable men

Getting Shakespearean on the Other Donald? But of course. And the one most likely to do Trump in, despite the blowhards and boneheads with which he surrounds himself, is Orange Julius Caesar himself. 24 more words

Editorial Cartoons

Happy Birthday Julius Caesar: 2117 today

Why, man, he doth bestride the narrow world
Like a Colossus, and we petty men
Walk under his huge legs and peep about
To find ourselves dishonourable graves. 186 more words


Cassius Marsh s In Magic Tournament, Gets Wrecked

(Source: compete.kotaku.com)

Credit: Wizards of the Coast

Cassius Marsh is known for tackling ball carriers as a professional linebacker, but the Seattle Seahawk’s 6’4”, 245-pound frame recently proved entirely useless in the mental athletics of Magic: the Gathering. 388 more words


El Festival 2017

Segona edició d’aquest festival d’un dia dedicat en exclusiva a bandes franceses i que encapçala el pop i la psicodèlia de la banda de París La Femme, que presentaran el seu segon disc, ‘Mystère’ (2016). 83 more words