This week’s poem is There was in cranes. I hope you enjoy it! There was in cranes. by Jay … Continue Reading The Monday Poem – There was in cranes.
by Arthur Machen
This week’s story is Algernon Blackwood’s Egyptian Sorcery. I hope you enjoy it.
Last night, I watched Hitchcock’s ultimate suspense film Rope for the first time! It’s definitely near the top of my favourite films by this legendary director. In fact, it probably shares the top spot with Rear Window, although there are still many that I haven’t seen.
Let’s take a look at Victorian illustrator Sir John Tenniel. This London artist is most remembered for his Alice in Wonderland drawings, but Tenniel was also a political cartoonist and a skilful painter.
Here are eight books by the incredible Lord Dunsany. If you haven’t read any of his work before, you should … Continue Reading 8 Lord Dunsany Books
I was lucky enough to see a rare exhibition of her paintings at the Horse Hospital in London. Many of her paintings are on permanent display at the College of Psychic Studies in London. Each painting is a rich rainbow of floating figures adorned with thick golden paint.
She Was a Founding Member of the Women’s Liberation Movement in Mexico
The Rocky Horror Show is one of the greatest musicals ever made, if not the greatest, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show is definitely in my top ten films. I saw the show in London many years ago and I was also lucky enough to see the one and only production of The Rocky Horror Discworld Show at the British Discworld convention (2010 I think). Anyway, here are 25 facts that you may or may not be aware of about this fantastic piece of entertainment!
Read The Gernsback Continuum, William Gibson’s first published short story for free here. The Thirties dreamed white marble and slipstream chrome, immortal … Continue Reading The Gernsback Continuum – William Gibson
Finnborough Arms, London Thursday 29th October 2015 7pm