Tags » Ficiton

The 2010s - The Age of the Vikings (in Entertainment)

If there was a time to shine for Scandinavians, it’s now. The 2010s have prominently been raided by the vikings, as far as entertainment goes. 448 more words


Artwork: Lana Turner Has Collapsed

By Georgia Peppe, BFR Editorial Staff

This charcoal and ink drawing was inspired by Frank O’Hara’s poem, “Lana Turner Has Collapsed.” I had always loved the poem, and was inspired to draw this image when my English GSI this semester said O’Hara was one of her favorite poets. 115 more words


Task #1: A Book with more than 500 Pages - A Game of Thrones

I begin this review with a disclaimer: I understand that there are many of you out there who like these books. Some have given them a very high praise as fantasy fiction. 415 more words


Short Story: Coffee Shop Curator

Carolyn Insley, BFR Staff

There are a lot of trees in New York City. No, I don’t mean Central Park—of course there are trees in the park. 472 more words


The Office Bathroom Disaster

The office bathroom is a disaster. It’s because, on the inside, the people I work with are disgusting bastards. Underneath the collars and the ties, the cute cufflinks and men’s fragrances, you have a gluttonous chimp who forgot to wipe. 358 more words


The Vesuvius Review

Okay, we’ve looked at horror, romance, sci-fi, and more horror. It’s time to switch gears again and take a look at one of my favourite books from the adventure genre: 469 more words

Book Review

Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement Moore

Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement Moore

About: Amy  and Phin Goodnight grew up surrounded by household spells, magic, and benevolent ghosts. While ranch-sitting for their aunt in Texas Amy and her sister quickly realize that they are not alone.  239 more words

Female Protagonist