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Migrant Ecologies

The most recent issue of ISLE recently came in the mail. They now released the “Spring” issue very quickly after the previous “Winter” issue so maybe they’re soon getting rid of their backlog. 454 more words


Let The Path Unveil

Walking down the alley of my regular life,

I almost missed the glance of this undiscovered isle.

Hey, What’s that? I am sure I’ve never seen it before, 115 more words


Shot for the Day (15 September 2017)

Earlier this year, I had the good fortune to spend a week in the Outer Hebrides, on the Isle of Harris and Lewis. This was taken on day one, very soon after I arrived at Huisinis. 31 more words

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Skylar Perfumes. Keeping it musky.

Skylar Perfumes are relatively new on the scene, and worthy of consideration if you are interested in delving into natural perfumes or if you’re like me and have been a natural devotee for many years now but have longed to bring some musks back into your life. 560 more words

Natural Perfume

Activism and Ecocriticism

I finally got around to reading the recent issue of ISLE*. As usual, there were a couple of interesting articles in it and I found it especially interesting, considering the kind of times we’re living in, that the contents were fairly openly political and activist-oriented. 1,309 more words


A Cult Simulator Where You Sacrifice People To A Lovecraftian God

(Source: kotaku.com)

As spring ended in the village, I was left with a tough choice. Which sin made someone more worthy of death: embezzlement or kleptomania? 447 more words


My Experience on The Isle so far

Remember that dinosaur game I mentioned in one of those 1-2 year old posts and how I couldn’t play it? Well I’ve been playing it a bit recently and I’ve wanted to share my personal experiences on that game so far. 315 more words