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Reading Multiple Books

I often find myself in this predicament once in a while. When I have a book hangover, I have a difficult time finding the next book to read. 614 more words

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A Monster of a Quote

“Wanting to do it didn’t make him evil. Getting away with it is what turned him into a monster.”

-Katherine Dunn Geek Love


≥3 (a poem and song)

A while ago I wrote a poem about love, and how much more complicated it is than mathematics, and how the <​​3 heart symbol is a little oversimplified, or at least misleading to any mathematicians such as myself who come to believe that love is a strict inequality. 306 more words


Geek Love by Katherine Dunn | Book Review

Geek Love is a novel about a carnival family named the Binewskis. Wanting to make their own human oddities parents, Al and Crystal, use poisons and radioactive material to hopefully produce children with abnormalities. 1,423 more words


Geek Love - Review

Geek Love by Katherine Dunn Published in 1989 Pages: 348 Genre: Novel

“When your mama was the geek, my dreamlets,” Papa would say, “she made the nipping off of noggins such a crystal mystery that the hens themselves yearned toward her, waltzing around her, hypnotized with longing.” 830 more words


These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things (from 2017)

End of the Year lists serve as a reminder of what transpired over the course of the previous 365 days. They’re fun, for sure, but they also become this agonizing exercise because in actuality there were plenty great movies released, terrific albums heard, breathtaking sports moments witnessed, and it’s basically impossible to narrow them down to an exact science. 1,194 more words


Hungry Like a (Dire) Wolf: Cookbooks Inspired by Our Fandoms

It all starts with a good book. Then a book series. Then, inevitably, a television series or a film. Your fandom is growing, but how can you satiate the hunger? 360 more words