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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - French Press (2017)

One of the records of the year so far! Classic Australian jangle pop released on the legendary Sub Pop records label. Heard it on a CD sampler from Uncut magazine 45 minutes ago and it qualified immediately to be elevated to the pantheon of… 14 more words

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Fantastic Trumps - and Where to Find Them: on Fantasy Tropes & Political Narrative

by Alex Waygood

The exhibition currently showing at the Christ Church Picture Gallery, Fabulous Beasts and Beautiful Creatures, documents the human fascination with the animal kingdom. 2,772 more words

Writing

Fantastic Trumps and Where to Find Them: on Fantasy Tropes and Political Narrative

The exhibition currently showing at the Christ Church Picture Gallery, Fabulous Beasts and Beautiful Creatures, documents the human fascination with the animal kingdom. Combining depictions of real-world creatures with those of myth and dream, the collection stands in marked contrast with much of the rest of the pictures on display at Christ Church. 2,749 more words

Politics

Why did I set my series the 1950s?

At the authors panel I attended earlier this month, we were asked why we had chosen to write mysteries in a specific era.

There are several reasons why I chose the 1950s, not all of them very interesting. 162 more words

Genre Blast: Bursting into Song – The Musical

Yes, they can be cloying, unrealistic and just plain tacky, but if they are handled with some inventiveness and originality, musicals can be transporting. No genre – other than sci-fi, perhaps – requires you to suspend your disbelief more than the musical. 655 more words

Movies

Deep in thought...

but completely at peace….

Hair: :::Phoenix::: Anastasia Hair (Kinky Event)
Mesh Head: CATWA HEAD Kimberly v2.11
Shape: Lyrium Mia Shape Maitreya
Applier: Glam Affair… 42 more words

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Genre-fying the Library

So I had this idea…students were constantly at the circulation desk asking for advice or
assistance. While I loved the company, I started

thinking, “Why are my students librarian-dependent?” After a bit of reflection, I realized that my students are explorers, not seekers. 458 more words

Books