When thinking of romantic writers, Hemingway is generally not the first author that comes to mind.
What someone chooses to be their epitaph reveals much about their personality. To explore this, I picked ten gravestones of famous authors whose epitaphs were particularly memorable.
It’s the start of February, which means it’s almost time for Valentine’s Day. Let the literary love fest begin with a piece from a Page Pulp favorite, Frank O’Hara.
In honor of Sherlock Holmes recently becoming part of the public domain in the United States (well, sort of), I thought I’d revive the Many Covers feature with a look at the first Sherlock Holmes novel that I ever read, The Sign of Four.
One of my favorite gifts that I received over the holidays was a calendar titled “The Reading Woman”. One of the paintings featured is this wonderful piece by Ethel Porter Bailey, Reflections.
I’ve been pretty honest about my nerdish leanings in the past, but today’s post may take things to a whole new level.
Since much of the United States is currently covered with snow and ice, today seemed like a good day for Emily Dickinson’s poem, “There’s a Certain Slant of Light”.
While enjoying the sights and atmosphere of Art Institute of Chicago, I came across Ivan Albright’s stunning painting.
Not everything on Etsy is great, but every once in awhile you will find a real gem. I found such a gem recently with Frostbeard Studios candles.
As I mentioned last week, a feature that I’m introducing this year is a by-the-month review of all of the books that I read last year, or what I’m calling my “Literary Look Back”.
Well ladies and gents, Page Pulp is officially back in business!