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It’s time for a new giveaway! Enter here to win a signed paperback of Mike Russell’s Nothing Is Strange. Good luck! Continue reading Nothing Is Strange by Mike Russell – Competition to Win a Signed Copy!
Robert Desnos. Under Cover Of Night – Poem To slip into your shadow under cover of night. To follow your footsteps, your shadow at the window. That shadow at the window is you and no one else; it’s you. Do not open that window behind whose curtains you’re moving. Shut your eyes. I’d like to … Continue reading 8 Surreal Writers
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When I began to read Strungballs I wasn’t sure what to expect! Published by strangebooks I knew that this was going to be a very different read to what I was used to. A YA novel set in an alternative world where everyone is expected to give up cubes… Continue reading REVIEW: Strungballs by Mile Russell
This week’s painting is Magritte’s The Listening Room. It’s a wonderful example of how Magritte could take something mundane and make it fantastical. Like much of Magritte’s work, this painting is both a criticism and an encouragement. The looming shape and green color challenge our desire to be contemptuous of what is smaller than ourselves… An … Continue reading The Wednesday Painting – The Listening Room
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Here I Go – Syd Barrett Continue reading The Sunday Song – Here I Go
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Strange Medicine by Mike Russell 4.5/5 stars “Sometimes the suffering of one individual is so great that it renders unjustifiable any purpose that the universe could possibly have.” A little boy who talks to a rock, a headless fish who grows from living skin, a bridge that randomly generates,… Continue reading Review- Strange Medicine
At fifty, a man should be too old to go around flying off the handle, or wandering around on the ceiling. But what could a man do when he had a son who insisted on being a genius? Continue reading Short Story Saturday – All That Goes Up by Kirby Brooks
Last night I watched the Coen brothers’ comedy Hail, Caesar! (2016). Starring George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton and many more fantastic faces, Hail, Caesar! presents a day in the life of a Hollywood studio fixer in the 1950s. I haven’t heard many good words about it, but I thought it was fantastic! Hollywood, the ’50s. Capitol … Continue reading The Friday Film – Hail, Caesar!