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"The whole of 1Q84 is closer to comedy than to tragedy, but it is a deeply obsessive book..."

An Introduction

So…it’s on to the “big” one – 1Q84. I don’t want to give away a lot about the book in the introduction, so just a few brief introductory pieces: 1,751 more words

A Wild Murakami Chase

Books, burning

“Every burned book or house enlightens the world; every suppressed or expunged word reverberates through the earth from side to side.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Compensation” 544 more words


September's Book(s) Of The Month!

Hello September, how are you here already?! This month the Future Cat Ladies of America Book Club will be doing a bit of a throwback to a couple of the more awesome specimens of high school required reading in honor of everyone going back to school (everyone but us that is, haha). 299 more words

Book Of The Month

X-Men and the Micronauts #4 (1984, April)

And now we finish off this mini, by Claremont, Mantlo and Guice, with “Doppelganger!”

We start with yet another really, really, really creepy scene. Dani – in short shorts and a tied-up shirt, so right off she’s a bit uncomfortably sexualized for a teenager (I don’t think her age has ever been given, but it’s not likely to be older than 16) – is sleeping at her desk, when Evil Xavier comes in and subjects her to intense psychic pleasure. 735 more words


Musique 365: Day 243: Poland - Tangerine Dream

The prolific masters of electronic music from the 70’s and 80’s, Tangerine Dream has had numerous line-ups and produced over 100 studio albums (!). In 1984, the line-up was Edgar Froese, Chris Franke and Johannes Schmoelling and this is one of their many live albums. 28 more words


Director of Photography: László Kovács

Director: Ivan Reitman

Perfect Shots

Down with the Underdog

Let me start by saying that America does a very poor job of producing new words and definitions.  Think about how important this should be.  As the world changes around us more rapidly than ever, we are not given a fair way to explain it or make sense of it.  1,184 more words