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The Little Emperor

(In memory of Anthony Hassett, and in response to his artwork)
I have seen
the Little Emperor—
mischievous, unabashed, baiting
in borrowed skin
dong tolling through the marketplace… 218 more words
John Biscello

First Love by Gwendoline Riley

Almost as fascinating as reading this scalpel-sharp examination of a destructive marriage is listening to the author Gwendoline Riley speak about it. Whilst interviewers from Marielle Frostrup on Open Book or Susie at Dulwich Books sought to judge either character one way or another, she had a different opinion each time, so it was with curiosity and interest that I picked up First Love. 263 more words

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The Written Word: Quirks and Perks

On metaphors, quotations, and the continuity of literature, while the world and the times change. From one of the best books about books, A Reader on Reading,  111 more words

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Poetry at the Dredge: April 29

April 29, 2:00-4:00pm

Dredge at Chatanika (29 Mile on the Steese Highway)

Fairbanks Arts invites you to an open air, open mic celebration of poetry and lyrics! 104 more words

Literary Reading Series: April 8, UAF English Graduate Student Reading

April 8, 6:00pm: UAF English Graduate Student Organization MFA Third-Year Reading

Bear Gallery (3rd Floor, Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts), Pioneer Park,
2300 Airport Way, Fairbanks, AK 99701…
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Jaw-Dropping United States of Japan Mecha

This model by GPSolo just made my jaw drop because there’s so much detail in the armored suit. It’s amazing seeing the development and growth of the model and just wonderful to behold. 38 more words

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Whirlwind Magazine - Issue #10

I am delighted to say that I have a piece in the wonderful new issue of Whirlwind Magazine. Check it out.

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