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on genre, the infinite cloud, and other things

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Welcome to Friday. Many things are happening. Which is, of course, in the nature of things. If things didn’t happen then they wouldn’t even be things. 315 more words

Life

PF: Make Good Art

There are countless ways that people deal with stress, trauma, and loss. As a rule, my belief is that (as long as self-harm or the harm of others isn’t involved) people shouldn’t be judged for how they cope. 140 more words

Philosophical Fridays

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Finishing the lowpoly props and blocking the layout and lighting from this scene. This scene is loosely based in a description from the short story “A Study in Emerald” by Neil Gaiman. 36 more words

Of Batwing Capes Part II: Vampires in Literature

Two months of radio silence: my most recent creative endeavor, while generally passive, has proven immensely time- and energy-consuming nevertheless: free time seems to be gobbled up wholesale by (on good days) quietly reading in bed, and more often by indulging an insatiable need for marathon-level naps. 1,425 more words

Reviews

Book Review - The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Neil Gaiman

Rating: 5 Stars

THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE is a fable that reshapes modern fantasy: moving, terrifying and elegiac – as pure as a dream, as delicate as a butterfly’s wing, as dangerous as a knife in the dark – from storytelling genius Neil Gaiman. 335 more words

The '(Literary) People I Would Like to Meet' Tag

It’s time to make a post after such a long time being absent from the blog. I really thank my lovely bookish friend Eleni at… 606 more words

Sandman Overture - no 5

Forget what I said last time (it was so long ago, I have). Let’s have the rant again, in a resigned, dispassionate, purely factual manner. … 513 more words

Comics And Graphic Novels