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Gaiman's Recent Retellings: Hansel and Gretel/ The Sleeper and the Spindle

Neil Gaiman, storyteller extraordinaire, released two Fairy Tale retellings recently (October 2014, I believe) and I thought as my last post in fairy tale retellings month that I’d take a quick look at them. 693 more words


My Parent's Fairytale

After my parents divorced,

my father would tell me in his empty apartment

that sometimes, people do have a happily ever after.

He told me that sometimes, 188 more words


What love means to me.

I think one of the most widely asked questions, and one that has many different answers is “What is love, what does it mean to you”. 386 more words


Neil Gaiman Reads // "...Safe Inside My Crazy Hair"

A fabulous tale about a man with crazy hair penned by the one and only Neil Gaiman in a fabular, rhyming, lilting gait. The Illustrations (by Dave McKean), too, of note, particularly the air balloons afloat over an undulating sea of hair. Enjoy!


Trick ‘r Treat (part 1): Tradition and Ritual

The reason why I like horror is that it reverses the order of things. Those who fit society, be they conventional types or ‘alpha men and women’, are ridiculed, tortured, and killed. 537 more words

Good & Evil

Beautiful Books

I have a confession. I’m a book-a-holic.

Over the last year I have been frequently adding to my book collection, though mainly I opt for cheap second-hand paperbacks. 156 more words



This is my co-written Snow White and the Huntsman piece for my scriptwriting class where we had to get the Huntsman to agree to kill Snow White without using sex or threats from the queen. 555 more words