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Chapter 26

“The meaning of life is contained in every single expression of life. It is present in the infinity of forms and phenomena that exist in all of creation. 6,178 more words

Fan Fiction

Biker Chicks

Truth be told, I’ve never liked cars. They don’t hold enough air inside them and sticking my head out the window the whole ride is impractical. 338 more words

North American Cities

Honeymooning with Elizabeth Taylor, and Crying All the While: The Fiction of Margot Hentoff

The Harper’s digital archive is a small and unsung national treasure, at least as far as I’m concerned; I’ve spent countless hours sifting through old issues, scanning for early work from familiar names and tracking down forgotten gems from authors whose bylines have largely faded. 390 more words



GalleryFilm at Dulwich Picture Gallery presents powerful drama CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF (1958) on Monday 12th October.

After Brick Pollitt (Paul Newman) injures himself while drunkenly revisiting his high school sports-star days, he and his tempestuous wife, Maggie (Elizabeth Taylor), visit his family’s Mississippi plantation for the 65th birthday of his hot-tempered father, Big Daddy (Burl Ives). 141 more words


Oh Caftan, my Caftan....

Caftans… they’re just awesome. They’re like the ultimate maxi dress, but even simpler to make and more elegant. And far more fabulous… and yet also more than a bit kitschy. 567 more words


Michael McDowell's THE ELEMENTALS

If Tennessee Williams wrote a supernatural horror novel, it would read like THE ELEMENTALS.

This statement isn’t completely true, of course; Michael McDowell was a fiercely unique author who wrote unlike any other. 469 more words

Books And Stories

The Michener Museum Shines Yet Again

One of the things I like about art shows is that they can surprise you (in a good way). It’s a gas when a museum or gallery curator comes up with a new slant or assembles a themed exhibition that makes you say “great idea!”  That’s part of the fun of going to places such as the James A. 857 more words

Philly Burbs