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Tyrannical

Turner notes that the word “landscape” has itself undergone a shift in meaning. In the seventeenth century it was a painter’s term. derived from the Dutch, which referred to a picture which depicted inland scenery (as opposed to seascapes, portraits, etc.) The scenery depicted was usually of ideal, or idealised places. 177 more words

Cities

How I Met Your Mother

For Beth Siciliano, on the passing of her mother, Louise Shivers

It was years ago now, and I am such an English major it’s just too much of a bother to try and count back that far. 858 more words

Writing

New Audio book - Death and the Barbary Coast - on Sale now

It feels a little odd saying something like, “on sale now.”  But, how could I not share?

Yes, the wonderful Patrick R. Golden (http://www.pisceancreed.com… 162 more words

Writing

Ah You Foes That In Conflict Have Overcome Me

Tom Turner (Seattle, June 12, 2000) — Image by kenne

         Poverties, Wincings, and Sulky Retreats

Ah poverties, wincings, and sulky retreats,
Ah you foes that in conflict have overcome me, 129 more words

Photography

Review: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

Exeter Express and Echo online (3 November 2014)

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall proved a big leap from last Friday’s blood-curdling Wuthering Heights – yet this energetic rendition of Anne Brontë’s infamous novel still sent shockwaves through the Barnfield Theatre. 349 more words

Exeter

An interview with no less than Tom Turner himself

The Blackfriars Courant is a delightful bit of Victorian yellow journalism, at its very best.

Editor in Chief, Penelope Dreadfulle, snagged up some delightful comments for this interview.   25 more words

Steampunk

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