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Descent into Hell: a Masterpiece of Emotion

If you can get past the somewhat macabre title, you’ll find an uncommonly beautiful story about the power of fear, forgiveness and free will from the mind of Tolkien/ Lewis’s fellow (yet lesser-known) Inkling, Charles Williams. 1,469 more words


in the happy hours imagine dragons


by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

In happy hours, when the imagination
Wakes like a wind at midnight, and the soul
Trembles in all its leaves, it is a joy… 70 more words


Everybody Knows Both Sides


It’s difficult to be serious

Whenever I’m around you


We slip into another disguise

Stretching toward the lights


Captured by the brightness in dark skies… 30 more words

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Moot of Hutch '16: It's Not Too Late

I’m still in Nashville. Anticipating the need to assimilate thoughts after Hutchmoot, I planned in a couple of extra days here. I’m putting off re-entry. Apparently it’s time for my (yearly?) blog entry. 829 more words

Interlude: Sonnet 30

The chant that night was louder than before:
“You must speak now, or spoken for will be!”
But only signs of chorus did I see— 189 more words


Lemmings + Art = Inklings

Inklings channels those classic Lemmings vibes and douses them in beautiful hand drawn and painted environments. It’s a puzzler where you use your ingenuity to guide the otherwise hapless Inklings into the goal with an array of abilities and items including climbing, digging, a portal gun, and a tool for flipping gravity. 107 more words


Makoons: So Much More Fun than Little House

The Birchbark House series by Louise Erdrich is often compared to the Little House series, held up as a kind of non-racist version of 19th-century life from a Native American point of view (in this case, an Ojibwe family). 503 more words