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Science lovers, unite.

Apologies for the slightly cheesy title, but if you’re one who loves everything science related, here’s one event you’ll be interested in visiting!

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) invites you to their annual National Science and Technology Week. 80 more words

Abreast

Things People Ask Me! Summer Edition

I didn’t intend to do another one of these until fall, but to my surprise and delight, it sparked a few emails filled with more questions, so I decided to go for round 2! 1,790 more words

Anthropology

Geek Love - Katherine Dunn

Right from the first few pages Geek Love delivers a ‘what the fuck?!’ story that I needed to finish. Simultaneously horrifying, fascinating and unputdownable.

The story centres on the life of an albino, hunchback dwarf, Olympia Binewski. 261 more words

Book Review

Book Review: Geek Love

Me? You know what they do with people like me? Brick walls, six-bed wards, two diapers a day and a visit from a mothball Santa at Christmas! 627 more words

Books

Recommended Reading: Geek Love

I was saddened to hear of the death of Katherine Dunn. I only recently read her “underground” novel, Geek Love. While it may not be what is conventionally considered horror, it is still a horrifying book–in only the best way. 221 more words

Recommended Reading

katherine dunn

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this came up in my wordpress feed, katherine dunn died at 70, author of geek love. i have not heard of the book, nor the author, but it seems to be a book that has created a cult following. 81 more words

Bookishly Ever After - the book version of that great guy that I just didn't feel sparks with

In high school, the nicest boy liked me, but some terrible part of me just couldn’t like him back.  I felt like I must be a bad person because how could I not want to just embrace this wonderful human and bask in his admiration?   489 more words

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