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Mary Shelley ‘Frankenstein: Or, The Modern Prometheus’ Review (Calla Edition Original)

Written by: Matt Molgaard

Having read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein on more than a single occasion, revisiting the tale in its entirety didn’t feel much like a necessity. 457 more words



Lovely to be a guest at two bookclubs last week and share my enthusiasm about Mary Shelley with such interested and interesting readers!

Thank you Fran and Sharon, organisers of the clubs in Thirroul and Roseville. 51 more words

Mary Shelley

Chocolate Pie Sticks

Who likes pie? I’ll just assume all your hands went up. Who thinks tiny versions of bigger things are fun and adorable? I’ll just assume the same thing again. 945 more words


brambles and gratitude (Day 28)

brambles and gratitude
each expression a blessing
a fixed companion
every benevolent exertion
for a body
for a birth
each desire a grief 220 more words

Interview: Social Science Talks Science Fiction

Matthew Campbell (MC) is a PhD student at Aberysywyth University’s Department of International Politics, where he researches Global Health Security. A well-rounded geek, Matthew is one half of the team that runs ‘Social Science Talks Science Fiction’, a podcast mixing politics with pop-culture. 22 more words


Kierkegaard v. Frankenstein’s Monster

In the article “A Panegyric upon Abraham,” Soren Kierkegaard discusses how a life without faith would be despair. If souls were not eternal, there would be no hope because there is no goal to ever be achieved. 891 more words