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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

Fantasy

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

Blog

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

Book

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

Blog

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

Ramblings

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