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"Cool Air"

Raw Feed (2005): “Cool Air“, H. P. Lovecraft, 1926.

Written in 1926, the same year as his touchstone story “The Call of Cthulhu”, this is Lovecraft in the old vein he seemed to have abandoned after finding his voice in the latter story. 126 more words

Book Review

Review: The Fall of the House of Usher

3.5 of 5 stars to The Fall of the House of Usher, a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, written in 1839. I found myself a slight bit bored the first time I read it. 279 more words

Book Reviews

Teacher's Corner: The Raven

**originally published on thedreamcage.com**


There are few pieces of American fiction more recognizable than Edgar Allan Poe’s seminal classic “The Raven.” It is taught at numerous ages and grades and is remembered and recounted at yearly Halloween specials. 1,509 more words

Book Corner – May 2017 (2)

The Black Cat – Edgar Allan Poe

One of the advantages of feeding my reading habit via a Kindle is that there is a lot of literature that is available free and gratis because it is out of copyright. 579 more words


Crimson Peak

Rating: A

From the moment I saw the trailer, I could tell that this would be my kind of movie. After all, it was a period piece, had supernatural happenings, and a gothic tone to it. 487 more words

Celebrating All Things Goth

Okay Goths and Goth lovers, it is time to descend into the Underworld to celebrate your dark, sinister and delicious selves! Today, May 22nd is… (drumroll) …  World Goth Day! 630 more words

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