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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 theatres created a production by the name of Margaret. She sat by Neptune and they created poultry, and dogs with names of Mars and Fire. They were interested, to London they flew for a line and shine until ending. I use chance methods to create my poetry and I’d love to … Continue reading The Monday Poem – There was in cranes.
Strange Medicine by Mike Russell is free on Kindles today! Grab a copy 🙂 Continue reading Free Book Alert!
From Kiernan to Carter, here’s Examining the Odd’s top Weird Fiction authors! I hope you find it of use. Feel free to share it everywhere. Continue reading Examining the Odd’s Top Weird Fiction Authors
Nothing Is Strange by Mike Russell is free on Kindles today! Grab a copy 🙂 Continue reading Free Book Alert!
British weird fiction author Mike Russell has a new book of short stories out and he’s very kindly allowed Examining the Odd to publish the first in the anthology so you can enjoy it for free! Continue reading Flock
Ryūnosuke Akutagawa – Tokyo, Japan, 1892-1927. Ryūnosuke Akutagawa was a Japanese writer active in the Taishō period in Japan. He is regarded as the “Father of the Japanese short story” and Japan’s premier literary award, the Akutagawa Prize, is named after him. He committed suicide at the age of 35 through an overdose of barbital. Ryūnosuke Akutagawa was born in the Kyōbashi district of Tokyo, the third child and only son of father Toshizō Niihara and mother Fuku. – Wikipedia. Read one of his short stories for free here. Continue reading 10 Old-School Weird Fiction Writers that are Not from the UK or USA
Start from Chapter One. Chapter Three. It may well be imagined how powerfully I was affected by the annals of the Harrises. In this continuous record there seemed to me to brood a persistent evil beyond anything in Nature as I … Continue reading The Shunned House – H.P. Lovecraft 3/5
The Shunned House (1924) probably has my favourite opening and my favourite ending of any Lovecraft short story. The ending could even be considered a happy ending by Lovecraft standards and leaves me smiling and not grimacing or despairing! It’s … Continue reading The Shunned House – H.P. Lovecraft 1/5