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Weird Fiction is one of my favourite genres to read and there’s no shortage of great authors in this field … Continue Reading My Top 10 Weird Fiction Authors
I’m not really sure what to say, as I would imagine most people who visit Examining the Odd have read some or all of Gaiman’s work! Since this book is a collection of short stories (and wonders!), I decided to randomly choose one of the pieces too. The chosen piece was The Fairy Reel, one of the “wonders”, since it is a poem rather than a short story. I’ve heard people liken this poem to a Keats ballad.
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, poet and peace activist, revered around the world for his powerful … Continue Reading Wise Words from Thich Nhat Hanh
They can also be called rather homoerotic, stimulating a world of emotions and evoking almost trancelike fantasies… Gojin’s triggering imagery almost endues a lucid dream, where the dreamer knows he is dreaming… Here’s a selection of Gojin’s illustration, enjoy!
It’s a great little story which plays with one of society’s greatest fears… not just being killed, but what will happen to your body once your spirit has gone? It’s always fascinated me that people will dwell on this to such an extent.
Music for Peace of Mind was the last of the three projects on which Dr. Samuel J. Hoffman* played theremin … Continue Reading Music for Peace of Mind – The Theremin
A review of the great book The Joy Luck Club. I only got round to reading Amy Tan’s book last year … Continue Reading This is a Good Read – The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan
This is listed as a poem but I think it can be considered a short story too. I love it whatever it is.
Today I read The Eunuchs by Marcel Schwob. Schwob was clearly a lover of words. Obviously, all authors love words, but some love them in the way that a glutton loves fine food.