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So I recently read an article on Lit Reactor in which the writer – in honour of 2018’s Banned Books Week – suggests that we open our ears to those who are in favour of banning books. Continue reading Banned Books Week 2018 – Should We Listen To Banning Rhetoric?
“You could join a monastery.” She said. “Become some sort of reclusive monk.”
“Not my thing.” Continue reading In Absentia (short story)
I think I take it absolutely for granted the levels of convenience we’ve achieved through modern technology as a species. The era of the Lazy Bastard has been in full swing for several years now and I sometimes forget just what a marvel it is. Continue reading Joining a Book Subscription Service (Or: I May Never Need to Leave the House Again)
Have you ever read a book that’s made you stop in your tracks and think “hot damn, I wish I could write as well as this”? As an aspiring author myself (god, how many more years am I going to milk this dream?) nothing fills me with equal measures of joy and and envy quite like a novel that’s beautifully crafted. It creates an inward … Continue reading “Less” – Andrew Sean Greer
I’ve always had a bit of a rocky relationship with jobs. None of the positions I’ve held in the past I’ve considered to be enjoyable. Continue reading Quotes Of Note #2 (Tropic Of Cancer)
So I recently read an article on Lit Hub about a crisis of literature in schools: that boys are not encouraged to read girl-orientated books. Continue reading On Reading Feminist Literature