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Prayerscapes for Tuesday

Tuesday; Dec. 12

Read Psalm 33:1-11

from Richard Howard, Morgantown, WV

For the Church, the body of Christ on earth, nothing reveals the joy we can experience in our relationship with the Lord more than our music.  374 more words

Advent - Year B

Howard’s Way

Richard Howard is receiving a Paris Review lifetime-achievement award

In celebration of Richard Howard’s upcoming award, the Hadada, The Paris Review brought together the thoughts of fellow poets and past students… 322 more words

Culture

Prayerscapes for Holy Monday, Apr. 10

Read Exodus 12:1-14

On this blessed day, we in essence are beginning a new life.  The tomb is empty.  Jesus was raised!  Our Scripture lesson reminds us of another beginning of new life, and the preparations that would be needed to begin that new journey.  218 more words

Lent - Year A

Prayerscapes for Tuesday, Mar. 28

 Read Hebrews 5:5-10

Dictionary.com defines “Priest” as “a person whose office it is to perform religious rites, and especially to make sacrificial offerings.”  In today’s Scripture lesson, we have Jesus’ priesthood proclaimed and confirmed, not only for himself, but for all whom he represents.  146 more words

Lent - Year A

Experimental road trip: Mobile by Michel Butor

Freedomland prospectus:
“Excitement! Adventure! Education!
Cross the centuries from Colonial New England to the pioneer West, from the Mexican border towns to the Great Lakes ports, from Cape Canaveral to the Northwest Passage! 1,026 more words

Literature

Review: Tales of the Lost

Author: Richard Howard

Publisher: Matador

Genre: Horror, General Fiction

Summary from Netgalley:

“Something in that magical atmosphere had subtly changed as if the previous stillness had been merely a portent to some mysterious event… He tilted his head to catch whatever sound it was that suddenly made him feel that someone, or something, was watching him.”

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Horror

Scientifiction: A Lecture by Richard Howard - Monday 23rd January - 5.30pm @ CONNECT

Engineering Fictions presents…

SCIENTIFICTION

A Lecture by Richard Howard

Seminar Room, CONNECT Centre, Dunlop Oriel House
5.30pm, Monday January 23rd.

Using the father of ‘scientifiction’ Hugo Gernsback as an entry point, this lecture explores the interplay between written science fiction and technology across the early stages of the genre’s history, outlining Gernsback’s own writings in the genre, the establishing of his Amazing Stories magazine, and his proclivity for accumulating patents. 329 more words

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