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All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does, and that is his.
– Oscar Wilde



A few months ago I was driving through a section of New Jersey I rarely visit. I drove past a church I was once married in. 820 more words



Number 1 for a second week on the Official UK Chapbook Chart is Adam’s Story by Bryan Benge. There are 3 new entries (or re-entries) … 138 more words

Tony Hoagland

Baking for Bookworms: Mini Brioche from Built of Books: How Reading Defined the Life of Oscar Wilde by Thomas Wright

Brioche is one of my absolute favorite breads–it’s light and buttery and makes the best French toast in the world. But I’ve never made it before, so I was happy to look down my list and see that I could use it for a baking post. 864 more words

Baking For Bookworms

Cemetery Gates, The Smiths, The Queen is Dead (1986)

This is Morrissey in all his pretentious glory. The lyrics show the protagonist judging a girl on her literary preferences and on how she mis-quotes Shakespeare. 305 more words


Oscar Wilde: Terror in Prison

Oscar Wilde’s life has always been one interest and fascination for me. In 1895, at the height of his fame and success, while his critically acclaimed play, … 543 more words