Everyone calls Dunce ‘Dunce’. Everyone thinks that Dunce is an idiot. I used to think so too but not any more.
Here are five fantastic female science fiction authors for you! Let me know in the comments who your favourites are. Who would you put on the list?
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It’s probably my second favourite Tarantino film (Death Proof being the first) and God, I wish he’d go back to making films like this. Pulp Fiction has so much style and charisma, without glorifying the violence and drug use. That’s a pretty hard balance to achieve!
It’s strange, it’s weird, it’s horror, sci-fi and romance all in one. The King in Yellow is a book of loosely connected short stories, full of fear and madness.
A Weird Fiction timeline
“No moral to this story, you will be saying, and I am afraid it is true.” – Joan Aiken
Today I read The Vanishing Prince by G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936), one of eight detective stories in his book The Man Who Knew Too Much (1922 by Harper & Bros., New York, US). This political story concerns a strange Irish ‘prince’, with an excellent twist at the end.
I just read a very silly story by E. Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946), William Pett Ridge (1859–1930), Arthur Morrison (1863-1945), Horace Annesley Vachell (1861–1955), Barry Pain (1864-1928), Charles Andrew Garvice (1850-1920) and Richard Marsh (1857-1915). It was originally published in The Strand magazine.