Arts

How I Learned to Carry Onwards and Raise Myself

Facing It, Prisoners, Slam, Dunk, & Hook. Man, poet, and veteran Yusef Komunyakaa wrote these poems, and thus helped me, and most possibly others, gain the confidence to progress onward, work for growth rather than gain, and to unify with others...

Review of God’s War by Kameron Hurley

Opening line: “Nyx sold her womb somewhere between Punjai and Faleen, on the edge of the desert.” I really liked this one, but a few issues hold it back from being a four star or higher book. The planet of Umayma has been settled for roughly...

90s Fashion: The Comeback of a Patterned Decade

For some reason, the universe has conspired to set the glorious psyche of the modern teenager on the road to 90’s fashion. This can be seen as a good and bad thing. Lord knows what our older siblings were thinking when they slapped on that...

Book Review: Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

Carmilla is a short vampire story published in 1871 which influenced the writing of Dracula and the vampire sub-genera as a whole. It is also notable for its significant lesbian undertones. I really liked Carmilla and found it easily accessible for...

Ten Fantasy/Sci-Fi Books I Can’t Wait For

Ever finish a book and want the next in the series, then realize that it’s not out? Here are ten fantasy and science fiction books, either sequels or parts of a longer series, coming out (hopefully) within a year. If their predecessors are...

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