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(the book of seals) by Mark Russell (The Red Ceilings Press)

The Red Ceilings Press (http://www.theredceilingspress.co.uk/) limited edition chapbook series is in A6 in format and a joy to read and collect. Recent publications in the series include… 472 more words

English Poetry

a William Shakespeare geek-out post

people like to lay claim to the fact that Shakespeare wasn’t one man, but a conglomeration of men, because his birth was NEVER recorded. but allegedly, he was baptized on April 26th, 1564, and so people like to pin his birthday on April 23rd, because GUESS WHAT? 256 more words

Gems 2.44

I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ♡
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Harmonious Dissonance: in Conversation with George Elliott Clarke

To provide Malahat readers with a context in which to read and more deeply appreciate George Elliott Clarke’s “Othello: By Donation Alphonse François, Marquis de Sade,” a bravura long poem appearing in the magazine’s  330 more words


Omkara: Man! That Was Depressing!

I knew it would be!  I remember getting all depressed when I read the play back in college, and it was even worse watching it being acted out by a bunch of actors I really liked.   2,294 more words

Film Reviews

The Australian's review of Bell Shakespeare's Othello is so negative, is it actionable?

A negative review called A Dour Night at The Troubadour provided my first bird’s eye experience of a court room. There I was in the County Court of Victoria, in the early 1990s, having secured a summer clerkship with a preeminent defamation team, witnessing the author trying to justify his written word. 1,773 more words



I had to fight the surge of frustration rising up as I dealt with Princess Pea and her bedtime protesting.  Thoughts ran through my head during this internal battle along the lines of “She’s two, bedtime is not fun unless she’s beyond tired.” “well two or not, it’s bedtime and this will set up for a better day tomorrow” “it’s still light out.” “Did she seriously just pull my hair again! 1,326 more words