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The Wine of Wizardry by George Sterling

This book made me rather sad. It convincingly fooled me concerning its unimportance. I really thought that Sterling – about whom I knew nothing – was a skilled, if not particularly great, British Romantic poet, probably strongly-influenced by Yeats. 1,686 more words

Fantasy And Science Fiction

Angel Food: Little Talks to Little Folks by Rev. Gerald T. Brennan - Free Catholic Audiobook

“Angel Food” consists of a series of short sermons for children on the truths of the Catholic Faith – but told with engaging stories, in a style and simple language that children can understand. 101 more words


Clouds Cover the Campus by Father Daniel A Lord, S.J. - Free Audiobook

On an American college campus, in the early years of World War II, a professor from Germany is murdered and the plans for a new bomb sight he had invented are missing. 125 more words


Unknown London by Walter George Bell

Unknown London is a small book published slightly before the First World War. Walter Bell’s thesis is that London is full of artifacts which have links to fascinating stories, but that people do not comprehend their importance. 241 more words

Biography And Travel

September media log

Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall. You tell ’em, Scotty Fitz.