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The Monster's Wife by Kate Horsley

Set on a tiny island in the Scottish Orkneys, Kate Horsley’s The Monster’s Wife is a brooding and atmospheric sequel to Frankenstein, told from the perspective of the future bride of Frankenstein. 209 more words

Book Review

In the Palm of My Hand

Early the other morning, I took a walk.  It was dark.  I rounded the corner at the bottom of my hill and as I passed Green Street on my left, I saw a young woman perched on a rock at the end of a driveway on my right.  580 more words

Experiments And Challenges

Linkage: Reimagining the Alpine Cabin; Art Deco in D.C.; More!

Friday, August 22, 2014, by Spencer Peterson

Photo via Dezeen
· Mapping the best Art Deco architecture around D.C. · Alpine cabins channeling the Tyrolean farmhouse. 16 more words

dark...

this morning the sky was overcast and I had to turn on lights… when I arrived at the office it was very misty from Empty Full… 153 more words

New Music // London Grammar - Sights (Until The Ribbon Breaks reimagining)

Until The Ribbon Breaks is the moniker for Pete Lawrie Winfield, a UK producer who’s achingly beautiful and bleak tracks, both original and reimaginings, are a must listen. 49 more words

Music

On Protecting Mother Earth

By Vagisha I. Gunasekara

We live in a time of severe ecological and economic challenges.  In 2012 the world crossed a dangerous limit.  A reading of 400 parts per million (ppm) of atmospheric carbon dioxide was recorded by monitoring stations across the Arctic. 1,529 more words

Room with a View

“One can only write in cities” – Oscar Wilde

*These images were taken by me at the Parktonian Hotel, Braamfontein, from a balcony on the 21st-Floor during a sublime Jozi sunrise.

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