Octopus Trip to heave and ho, up down, to and fro’ you have no word trip, trip to a dream dragon hide your wings in a ghost tower sails cackling at every plate we break cracked by scattered needles the little minute gong coughs and clears his throat madam you see before you stand heyContinue reading “The Sunday Song – Octopus by Syd Barrett”
Karl Edward Wagner
This week’s Thursday Album is Cat Power’s The Greatest. I hope you enjoy it 🙂 This isn’t the kind of music I usually listen to and I guess it’s not particularly odd either, but I like it! The Greatest is the seventh studio album by indie rock artist Chan Marshall, a.k.a. Cat Power. It debutedContinue reading “The Thursday Album – The Greatest by Cat Power”
In One for the Birds (2016), Lily Mitchell gives you surrealism, betrayal and some macabre situations in which the main characters find themselves lost or trapped. But that’s not all. Here and there a main character learns valuable life lessons a little too late. Besides death and suspense you’ll find a good dose of sarcasm. These short stories are an easy read and very variable. If you’re particularly fond of scary stories, you won’t want to miss out on these.
In this feminist classic, Jane’s doctor husband locks her in an upstairs room so she can tackle her tendency towards depression and hysteria. Because that sounds like a really good idea. – Bustle A story about something far scarier than monsters, nightmares and stalkers: being labelled “hysterical” and shut in a room to get overContinue reading “The Yellow Wallpaper & Other Stories (1892-1914)”
It’s time for the Monday Poem 🙂 I hope you enjoy it. The Sentences as Girl whose of Friendly Come to – a fluxus chance poem Or way that from before but lost an account that move. But if thought about prize and as exhilarating because emerges is disjunction between communicated with we should suggested a small-c conservative. Which heContinue reading “The Monday Poem – The Sentences as Girl whose of Friendly Come to”
Not just an ancient Mayan Goddess of suicide, IX Tab is also the name of the creators of the creepiest music I’ve ever heard. I highly recommend them.
This week’s Short Story is Edgar Allan Poe’s Hop-Frog.
Sweet Leaf, After Forever, Embryo (Instrumental), Children Of The Grave, Orchid (Instrumental), Lord Of This World, Solitude, Into The Void
Don Quixote I particularly like the antique floral copy! I also love the stylised, modern one with the red eyes. My own copy is a standard (and rather battered) Wordsworth Classics paperback. Certainly one of the greatest books of all time. It never fails to make me laugh, cry and ponder in equal measures.