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My review of Robert Moore & Douglas Gillette's King, Warrior, Magician, Lover, reposted from Goodreads.

A writer named Matt Haig recently announced on Twitter that he would be writing a book taking a feminist stance on masculinity. Namely, he would write arguing for a more fluid form of masculinity not stemming from past ideals of what is best known as “toxic masculinity.” This announcement was, shall we say, polarizing. 1,210 more words

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Book Review: Shirley by Charlotte Brontë

This year I’ve decided to challenge myself to read a new book every week – and write about it a little bit here. I hope to touch on a variety of books – old and new, long and short, fiction and non-fiction – and maybe discover some new favourites. 1,007 more words

Review

'Accessing the King energy'

“The first task in accessing the King energy for would-be human “kings” is to dis-identify our Egos from it. We need to achieve what psychologists call… 103 more words

Men

Hello, 2015!

Robert Moore’s latest picture book, Noelene Knows Best, has just been released. One of Robert’s short stories was the basis for a short film, … 92 more words

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A FINAL NOTE ABOUT MAGIC

REHEARSED — AUG-DEC 2014

Posted some FINAL rehearsal notes from our production of ROUGHER MAGIC — it was an immersive experience. You can read through notes from Aug-Dec to follow the shape of the process … 156 more words

Nasty Shadows

CRIMES OF THE ART: MURDER BY DEATH (1976)

Written by Andrew Martin

Following the overwhelming success of THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE (1970), that decade became rife with films containing all-star casts; these were mostly adventure flicks and mysteries, among them MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (1974), THE TOWERING INFERNO (1974), THE HINDENBURG (1975) and VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED (1976). 978 more words

Comedy

A Meditation on a True King

The Riders of Rohan ride for two days towards the Fords of Isen where the remnant of the army that had been commanded by Theodred, son of Théoden, until he fell, still strive to hold out. 675 more words

The Lord Of The Rings