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Just had the pleasure of listening to the incredible Louise Nutting upstairs at The Corridor in her first solo gig since her new album. Always incredible.
I just read Emily Asher-Perrin’s review on Tor.com of a film I can’t wait for, Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive, with Tilda Swinton. I have to say, I’ve been hooked on Swinton ever since seeing her in Lynn Hershman-Leeson’s Teknolust, one of my favorite films of that year (2002-2003) I love this movie, as…
http://www.swampwriting.com/ A great opportunity for postgraduate writing students. Swamp is an initiative of the University of Newcastle, and publishes a wide range of top-notch stories by emerging writers, focusing on but not limited to Australia.
With stories from Ramsey Campbell, Clive Barker, Neil Gaiman, Paul Tremblay, John F.D. Taff, Lisa Mannetti, Damien Angelica Walters, Christopher Coake, Josh Malerman, Mercedes M. Yardley, Brian Kirk, Amanda Gowin, Richard Thomas, Maria Alexander, Stephanie M. Wytovich and Kevin Lucia. With a foreword by Cemetery Dance magazine founder Richard Chizmar. Here is an early review….
I am teaching Hamlet. This is a first for me, and it has given me a chance not only to revisit the play, but also Almereyda’s messy, masterful adaptation (2000); and one summer in my own life when the time felt most terribly out of joint.
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I have a story in this called “His Name is Love,” based on the Stephen King story, “The Man Who Loved Flowers.” Here is an excerpt. I’ve been asked to dinner a lot. I reek of dead flowers. I like men, even after everything that’s happened. I mean I like women more, but I don’t…