Analysis by David Johnson “The Good Dale is in the Lodge, and He Can’t Leave” In 2006, near Washington, D.C., I went to a reading and discussion David Lynch was giving around his first book, “Catching the Big Fish.” The reading itself was extremely, comically short—just one or two brief sentences. But the Q and […] … Continue reading A Cry for Compassion: Twin Peaks, Season Three — Cinematic Detective
This week's short story is H. P. Lovecraft's The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath. I hope you enjoy it!
This week's song is Hendrix's classic All Along the Watchtower. You know it's been too long since you last heard it!
Welcome to day 2 of 5 Days of Oscar Wilde! Today we have The Devoted Friend. I hope you enjoy it.
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Songs of a Dead Dreamer by Thomas Ligotti.
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?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4FglgyR2y8 In this feminist classic, Jane’s doctor husband locks her in an upstairs room so she can tackle her tendency towards depression and hysteria. Because that sounds like a really good idea. - Bustle A story about something far scarier than monsters, nightmares and stalkers: being labelled "hysterical" and shut in a room to get … Continue reading The Yellow Wallpaper & Other Stories (1892-1914)
In case you're in a gothic mood, here are five dark romantics to go and snuggle down with. Lord Byron - George Gordon Noel Byron, 6th Baron Byron (January 22, 1788 – April 19, 1824) was an English poet of the Romantic school, who was easily the most popular and controversial poet of his time. He … Continue reading Dark Romanticism: from Byron to Baudelaire