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Short story: "Bedtime"

“Bedtime,” by Gabriel Heller

Appeared in Electric Literature‘s Okey-Panky, November 13th, 2017

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A depressing vision of home life, complete with a hint that old age holds worse things. 24 more words

Twenty-first Century

Electrifying English-y Entertainment

Blog post number two coming your way! In this post, I’m focusing on an entertainment website that was super intriguing and fun to sift through because of my interest in reading and writing. 398 more words

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8 Cookbooks You Can Read Like…Books

It’s easy to find recipes. Thousands of tips for the gooiest chocolate chip cookies and YouTube tutorials for how to ensure, this year, your turkey won’t be dry, are out there for your taking. 266 more words


Short Story Roundup, 1.17.18

Short Story Roundup is a feature where I gather the best short stories I’ve read this week and share them with you every Wednesday. The stories might have been published yesterday or 100 years ago, but as long as I’ve read and loved them in a given week, you’ll find them here. 124 more words


Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2's Lessons In Womanhood

Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, according to Sarah, has some merits that may not be obvious on the surface of the camp horror film.

That’s why she wrote “Nothing Has Prepared Me For The Reality of Womanhood Better Than ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2′” for Electric Literature. 10 more words

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Electric Literature Is Doing Something Magnificently Weird Again

Electric Literature is doing something innovative and exciting right now with one of Chicago’s most prolific authors, Joe Meno. In the spirit of Charles Dickens — whose Victorian novels were once serialized in British newspapers — Electric Lit is publishing Meno’s new novella… 714 more words