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C.H.I CALEUCHE S1E6: The Second Coming

― We have to handle the slow running jet!
Nobody in the whole misfortunate and ramshackle history of the C.H.I. Caleuche, had never had a single clue about what this indecipherable expression could mean. 1,297 more words


Illustrating Spain's Silver Age of Literature: Carmen de Burgos, Ramon, and "Bon"

I’ve been working for several months now on an article on Carmen de Burgos’s 1924 novel La mujer fantástica (The Amazing/Fantastic Woman), and my research has been focused a lot on European art history and the diverse visual imagery that Burgos evokes throughout the text. 1,565 more words


a warning, a goodbye

I must warn you: I am a book no stranger to impossible. I possess words that are so foolishly entwined that reading me shall surely scathe your time. 203 more words




Our fast-paced lives leave little time to contemplate. These Micro Moments are designed to entertain in a few words, read them slowly and savour the essence. 67 more words

PwrPuffGzr Writes

Quote of the day, July 20

Stephen King, on books (from On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft)

“Books are a uniquely portable magic.”


My World Trip Favourites

My world trip lasted four and a half months and during that time I read 11 books. I discovered that most hostels have a book shelf where you can swap a book that you’ve read for a new one; what a brilliant idea! 546 more words


And Still I Prefer to Shit in Public

Having roommates at a certain age in New York is a lot with having sex with someone you’ll never see again: you don’t really know anything about them and you just want to avoid them. 1,099 more words

Genna Rivieccio