I’ve long been fond of the dark dreamwork of photographer Krist Mort, but was not prepared for how intensely beautiful her recent publication is. Each image within Ilumaeh is a gauzy scape, a window into a ethereal world of witches and sorcery.
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I’ve got some reading to do. Last night, I promised myself that I wouldn’t buy anymore books this year. I’ve amassed an incredible reading stack this summer,with barely enough time to get through a page. I’ve made a small dent in these piles, but it’s enough to keep me busy through the remainder of 2014. […]
It’s been awhile, and I am super backlogged on my Stacked posts (all of my posts, really … running two blogs is, needless to say, time consuming, and one is bound to be neglected. I apologize for that, since you have all stuck with me for years, and I do appreciate it immensely.). I’m going […]
The topics I’ve been reading about the past month have been a little all over the place. I’ve been bouncing back between esoterica and new age conspiracy theories to early twentieth century feminist fiction to sort of maybe kinda sci-fi to don’t even know what to call it. I haven’t gotten through all of the […]
Errantry A collection of strange shorts, each slightly removed from solid reality, Errantry has been a tough one for me to recap and review. Each story seemed to stay with me longer than I expected it to, but at the same time, float away almost immediately. Unexpected, without being startling, wispy, without being unsubstantial, and surreal. Not […]