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It's His Party

As authors age, and pass away, sometimes they leave behind a body of work that their families and publishers and fans want to see continue. The most famous example is probably Arthur Conan Doyle’s… 425 more words

Frankenstein Conquers the World, Part 2

The second part of my review over at Monster Kid Radio is out. We finish discussing Frankenstein Conquers the World and I get invited back to talk more Kaiju in the future. 20 more words


Frankenstein's Structure Creates a Never-Ending Cycle

Frankenstein has a cyclic structure demonstrated through parallelism and foreshadowing. Walton’s letters to his sister showcase two men possessed with such lofty goals that even death would not diminish their greatness. 343 more words


C'est ma vie

My my what a few months it’s been.  Full of marking, NYC planning, marking, telling my classes I’m leaving, sciatica, marking, a strict gluten-free/processed-free diet, planning moving, marking. 378 more words


Chris King

Yorkshire based artist Chris King takes his inspiration for his illustration mainly from comic books, everything from The Beano to Akira. Ffilm is also a major influence in King’s work, trying to tell a story through his artwork .Chris’ figurative style is influenced by comics, but applied in all kinds of contexts from editorial through to advertising and online. 41 more words

Thoughts on Frankenstein

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Summary: Mary Shelley began writing Frankenstein when she was only eighteen. At once a Gothic thriller, a passionate romance, and a cautionary tale about the dangers of science, … 1,241 more words

Book Review

A chance to watch Danny Boyle's Frankenstein again...

I am on countdown mode to my trip to London (working as usual) and I found a very interesting service.

I have been kicking myself for not being able to watch Benedict (as the creature) in Frankenstein and it seems it might be possible, if I get people enough to come. 58 more words