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Redwood Summer Chapter 15

Jason looked over the newspaper classified want ads while sitting at the kitchen table. David was across the table doing his homework.

“Anything promising?” father asked from the living room. 2,242 more words


Fans of Albert Camus are so absurd

Yeah, so call me absurd…

Anyway, as happens with my other such favorite influential authors — Kafka, Vonnegut, Melville, Hemingway, London, Conrad… (I know, I know. 293 more words


Review: The Mighty Captain Marvel Vol. 2: Band of Sisters

Publisher: Marvel
Released: December 27th 2017
Received: Own
Issues: 5-9

The second volume of the Mighty Captain Marvel has finally released, and I couldn’t be happier! 764 more words


Literary Rewind: Wait, He Wrote Something OTHER Than "The Great Gatsby?"

It’s time to dig a little deeper.

You know there are classics. You’ve been bludgeoned over the head with them since grade school. You’ve frantically read Sparknotes summaries on them, nodded your head in recognition of their names in conversations, and even tried to integrate clever references to them in your life  567 more words


Tears of a Violin

I hear the tears of a violin in every song,
and as I watch snowflakes falling-down
my tomorrows fade away into the shades of yesterday, 97 more words


The Boy Next Door, the Past, and a Sense of Place

Book review: Riverineby Angela Palm

Angela Palm grew up in rural Indiana, in a house built in a dried-out riverbed created by redirecting the Kankakee River, their little town not even designated on maps. 1,053 more words

Book Review

Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester Vol. 2

Publisher: DC Comics
Released: December 5th 2017
Received: Own
Issues: Gotham Academy: Second Semester 9-12, 4

I’m been anxiously awaiting this volume for the last few months, and I am so happy that it’s finally out! 478 more words