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April is the Arsiest Month

“April is the cruellest month, breeding
Lilacs out of the dead land …”

– TS Eliot, “The Waste Land”

Warning: bad language, questionable photographic skills, and self pity. 325 more words

Mental Health

Top Ten Tuesday - Favourite Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is all-time favourite authors. Aside from the obvious problem of distilling more than two decades’ worth of reading into only ten favourite authors, as I’ve thought about this post I’ve realised there are, broadly-speaking, two different ways in which an author makes it onto my list of favourites. 816 more words

Hollow Men

I love T.S. Eliot. No, I was not an English major, and no, I don’t have any idea what half his poems mean. But I love him nevertheless. 524 more words

Monthly Fandom

More poetry: Second Childhood, by Fanny Howe

I read another poetry book the other day. The other night, really – I couldn’t sleep, so I wanted something short to read. Second Childhood… 558 more words

Bibliotherapy

April is The Cruelest Month: Part 2 (A Game of Chess)

This time we discuss people being blind to history, dysfunctional relationships and do terrible cockney accents.

Contributors

April is The Cruelest Month - Part 2 (A Game of Chess)

This time we discuss people being blind to history, dysfunctional relationships and do terrible cockney accents.

Unemployedhistorian

12 Things You May Not Know About ‘The Dark Tower’ Series

Read at Mentalfloss.com.

Please, Mr. King, do not write yourself out of the series. It was one of the best parts. (A humble fan’s opinion.)

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