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Invitation To A Funeral

Dracula author Bram Stoker died 103 years ago on May 20th. Twice a year, on Bram’s birthday and death day, I think about the author and his infamous vampire creation Count Dracula; two of the greatest influences on my life. 555 more words

Food & Drink

Dracula's Really Dead

by Chris Buchanan
Poetry, 2015

Dracula’s really dead this time
and he’s not coming back when
you bleed on his bones. He’s still
in his tomb this time, still as they… 147 more words

Poem

The Music of Dracula

Performing arts gives students a chance to develop skills that might not be used in other lessons.  Here we see two year 11 performing arts students performing a routine choreographed with assistance from teacher Sarah Stephenson.

News

Follow your spirit, and upon this charge Cry 'God for Harry, England, and Saint George!'

Saint George, the patron Saint of England is today celebrated. Saint George was first mentioned in documentation by the monk Bede in c. 673 – 735 and in the liturgy of Alfred the great which documented the miraculous appearance of Saint George whom lead the crusaders into battle. 789 more words

Source Code

April is the cruelest month...

Ain’t that the damn truth.

Over the weekend, I stumbled upon The Wasteland by T.S. Eliot and I couldn’t get past the first sentence. No joke. 233 more words

Writing

Fieldnotes: On Recognizing a New Landscape

(This post is a continuation of my Fieldnotes series;
observations from the front-lines of curating a Progressive Christian Church)

Hiding From Dracula

Growing up I experienced a recurring dream that, well, for me was a nightmare. 1,233 more words

Culture

X-MEN VS. DRACULA - RETRO COMICS FROM THE DAYS WHEN COMICS WERE WORDY...

Uncanny X-Men 159 & The 1982 X-Men Annual

The X-men go visit a friend in New York, but rather than knock on the door upon arrival, they break in using their super powers, harassing the occupant, their friend’s flatmate. 225 more words

Wolverine