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Darkness Visible: Descent into Hell, Revisited

After many months of delving back into this peculiar masterpiece, I have returned with more thoughts, questions and dilemmas than I believed possible since my first post on Charles Williams’ … 5,885 more words

Doppelganger

Inklings Release New Song.

It’s a new era for Kier Kemp, this is his new band Inklings and their first release with Let It Out.

Listen to it below: 30 more words

Music

the voice of the sea...

…speaks to the soul

The touch of the sea is sensuous, enfolding the body in its soft, close embrace

~Kate Chopin (The Awakening)

http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/awakening/quotes.html

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This Is Only a Test

I know it’s been a while since I’ve written. The holidays, life, work, yada yada yada… I’m writing this one because I need to write and because I don’t want to complete… 437 more words

A Bunch of Reasons This January Doesn't Have to Suck

January is most people’s least favourite time of year (which is really fun for us guys with birthdays, thanks everyone!), for many understandable reasons. You burnt out your bank account buying presents for distant relatives and have to wait an eternity for that magical payday replenishment; you’re at least a stone heavier than you were last time you checked, which is still a depressing surprise even though you did just spend the last month eating your weight in After Eights; and you’ve been cruelly forced to battle the cold weather and return to harsh reality after the glorious glow of Christmas. 634 more words

Features

CFP -- Mythmoot IV: Invoking Wonder

The Mythgard Institute at Signum University is happy to announce its fourth conference on Tolkien, Inklings Studies, Imaginative Literature (Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Speculative Fiction), Germanic Philology, and other literary topics. 289 more words

News

The Oxford company.

Well, has nobody got anything to read us?

Those who write will agree that having an audience to read your works to is one of the key elements and among the most potent driving forces in keeping a writer going. 1,789 more words

J. R. R. Tolkien