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1st February - On This Day In History


1901 Clark Gable (actor – Gone With The Wind)


1851 Mary Shelly (author of Frankenstein)

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1946 Republic of Hungary proclaimed… 37 more words

Banetoriko Live 1/21/2017 / ライブのお知らせ

Banetoriko will perform at “A Night of Ecstasy” at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), 8pm, Jan.21.2017. Carmina Escobar also appears for her amazing performance.

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Monstrumfuhrer Chapter One

The opening chapter to my tenth novel, Monstrumfuhrer, due out January 24th from Comet Press.

1936’s December blew a bracing cold through high Ingolstadt. A cream colored new model Opel Olympia hummed through the twisting streets that ran between the crowded old edifices, necessarily clustered because of its encircling wall designed to defend it in its long gone capitol days. 2,641 more words


Who's Put Off By Virginia Woolf?

The sun was shining and the birds were singing, although they were singing that mainstream corporate birdsong they have now, rather than the real birdsong of your mid to late teens which was definitely not motivated in any way by commercial interests. 610 more words

Concise Stories

Frankenstein/First Show/show notes

10 Facts about Mary Shelly

Frankenstein movie review

Welcome to the first show of Super Sci-Fi 5000! I’m your host Jason. Today’s topic is Frankenstein. We will be talking about the book and various movies and history of Frankenstein. 22 more words

Science Fiction

Book Review: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

I bought this classic from a book sale last year. As a writer, you learn a lot from this book. Also, as this genre has come a long way since the early 19th century, and as we are often subjected to modern-age movies, novels or series that have much gory, gothic and horrifying stories than Frankenstein one might not be able to appreciate it entirely. 897 more words

Every Post Ever Written

O.H.M.A.D. Day 18: Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)

The evil Dr. Victor von Frankenstein is back, and up to more nefarious deeds in this Hammer sequel to Curse of Frankenstein.  Having somehow gotten a lookalike Priest to die in his place during his execution at the end of the first film, Frankenstein has set up a new practice in Carlsbuck under the unassuming name of Dr. 360 more words