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Inlumaeh

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

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.   

The Art of Abstinence

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

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. […]

Stacked :: Ancient Civilizations, Talking to the Dead, and Pretty Shapes in All Sizes

Friday, June 14th, 2013

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 […]

Stacked :: March 2013

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

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 […]

Stacked :: January 2013

Monday, February 11th, 2013

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 […]

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