by Christopher O’Halloran (@BurgleInfernal) Sex and the City brought about an activity that swept the nation. Which of these four friends did you identify with? Were you a Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, or Miranda? This characterization exercise could not be contained. It spread to other shows. Which Golden Girl were you? Which Friend on Friends? Buzzfeed… Continue reading The Ruins by Scott Smith
by Amanda Nevada DeMel For those of us in the horror community, ideas about cannibalism are not strangers. The situations that create a need for cannibalism, however, can be very strange. Such a world is created in Agustina Bazterrica’s novel Tender is the Flesh. What happens when cannibalism is not taboo, but actually the norm? … Continue reading Tender Is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica
by Molly Collins (@mollyec) School sucks. Most of us can agree on that point, regardless of our background. But does it suck enough that we’d turn to a life of crime? Does it suck so much that we’d commit murder and send our classmates through a dizzying series of tragic events? BEHIND THE PEN Kanae… Continue reading Confessions by Kanae Minato
by Christopher O’Halloran (@BurgleInfernal) Space travel requires much: a team of engineers, experts in their fields; physically fit specimens capable of operating a ship in a hostile environment; and a buttload of math, science, and code. Writing about space travel is a whole ‘nother beast. The ingredients are as follows: a stolid protagonist with a… Continue reading Ship of Fools (or Unto Leviathan) by Richard Paul Russo
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