Weird Western tales

The Weird West as a fantasy subgenre is one that I've really been enjoying lately, and has cultivated a vibrant readership over the past few years. I'd say my first introduction to it was R.S. Belcher's Golgotha books, but I have read a lot of other books in the same vein since then. This post... Continue Reading →

A few recent reads

I've been reading a lot lately, because I've been super stressed, which means that I read every spare minute. Don't ask me why this is. I can't tell you. You would think that, being stressed, I would engage directly with my stressors and then take my time to enjoy books, but not. I've just been... Continue Reading →

Horror and hope 

I've been reading a lot of horror recently. My reading taste tends to get darker in the winter months, I think, when the wind is blowing and the cold is getting into everything. Some recent horror titles have included Invasive by Chuck Wendig and The Family Plot by Cherie Priest. I loved both of these, though they were... Continue Reading →

New York, Lorca, and Movies

There are whole essays written on Federico Garcia Lorca, whose work has appeared on this blog before and who continues to be an important part of my literary education, mostly because all of my literary education of note has occurred in Spanish and El Ogro, soul of my soul, professor of the highest order, may he... Continue Reading →

Anime: love it and hate it

Warning, folks. This is a long one. There are some things that really exhaust me when it comes to anime. I've been watching anime off and on for pretty much as long as I can remember. As a kid, I was totally hooked on Sailor Moon, and the Japanese live-action import of Power Rangers. I... Continue Reading →

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