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Resources on David Lyndsay's Cult Classic "A Voyage to Arcturus"

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a scathing review of David Lindsay’s trippy SF morality tale, A Voyage to Arcturus (1920). C.S. Lewis loved this book–and so does genius actor Paul Giamatti, according to the rather peculiar, subtly hypnotic, and mildly offensive video book review by this film crew guy. 915 more words

C.S. Lewis

The Gospel according to Forrest

Of my images created during this past week’s journaling, this one stirred up the most attention, so I’m choosing to share it again with you. 105 more words

Death

TV Quote Ponderings - One Tree Hill 3x17

‘Who Will Survive And What Will Be Left Of Them’

This is the second time a OTH quote got me to thinking and I once again wished to share it with you: 836 more words

Writers - Jessie

Octavia Butler's and Robert Heinlein's Rules of Writing

My most significant alien encounter this year has been in the science fiction of Octavia E. Butler. I have only dipped into her work, enjoying her Xenogenesis Trilogy (1987-89) and a collection of short pieces,  1,648 more words

Writing

Kant Stop, Won't Stop

Philosophy is weird.

Allow me to clarify. When I say that, I’m not referring to the broad topic of philosophy as a whole. I’m referring specifically to the college course of that name, Philosophy. 1,175 more words