Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Sunday Song – You Feel So Lonely You Could Die by David Bowie

David Bowie

This week’s song is David Bowie’s You Feel So Lonely You Could Die. I hope you enjoy it 🙂

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Short Story Saturday: Flock by Mike Russell

Flock by Mike Russell

This week’s short story is Mike Russell’s Flock. I hope you enjoy it! Flock is just one of eight stories in the collection Strange Medicine.   Flock    Anthony Tobias Bradshaw sits, as usual, on the 7:00 a.m. train, on his way to work. Dressed in his black raincoat, pin-striped suit, white shirt, black tie […]

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Giveaway! In the Service of The Boyar by Jason Graff

In the Service of The Boyar by Jason Graff

I recently reviewed Jason Graff’s excellent book, In the Service of The Boyar. Now, Jason has kindly agreed to give a signed copy of the book to two lucky Examining the Odd readers!

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The Monday Poem – The South Country by Hilaire Belloc

The South Country by Hilaire Belloc

HILAIRE BELLOC THE SOUTH COUNTRY   When I am living in the Midlands That are sodden and unkind, I light my lamp in the evening: My work is left behind; And the great hills of the South Country Come back into my mind. The great hills of the South Country They stand along the sea; […]

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Review: In the Service of The Boyar by Jason Graff

In the Service of The Boyar by Jason Graff

In this fantasy romance for all ages, a boy catches a glimpse of Fifika, as he flees with his family from danger, traveling with his clan with haste to the lands of the boyar, a mysterious benefactor. Smitten, the boy becomes her playmate there in the Carpathians where the boyar resides and whose hillsides are […]

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The Monday Poem: Salvador Dalí by David Gascoyne

This week’s poem is David Gascoyne’s Salvador Dali. I hope it inspires you!

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Doodle Tuesday

Doodle

Here is another of my funny little doodles!

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The Monday Poem – There was in cranes.

This week’s poem is There was in cranes. I hope you enjoy it!   There was in cranes. by Jay Snelling   Cellophaned flowers. To look forward to it was an astonishing feeling of a high degree. Staging each one by hand. Directors of gardens, their relationship to the towering tempest in over 2000 plastic […]

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