Consider this your Thursday laugh break: Kate Beaton (of Page Pulp favorite Hark! A Vagrant!)’s take on William Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
The novel I am quoting this week is the novel from which all modern vampire novels (good and the bad) owe their debts, Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
The novel I am quoting this week is The Two Towers.
This week’s Thursday Tunes comes courtesy of a nerdishly whimsical band, Harry and the Potters.
This week I am quoting a little novel titled The Fellowship of the Ring, the first volume in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.
Well ladies and gents, I have returned from my much-needed break.
I discovered yet another literary gem from the good people at HISHE, this one focusing on the end of season one of Game of Thrones.
This week’s poem is “Absence” by Pablo Neruda.
Inspired by yesterday’s Thursday Tunes, the choice for cover exploration this week is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night.
On Blur’s 1999 album, 13, there is a gospel-tinged song titled “Tender”.