Monthly Archives: July 2016

Sumiko Saulson’s Black Women in Horror Writing #15: Linda D. Addison

How to Recognize a Demon Has Become Your Friend by Linda D. Addison Review by Bryan Cebulski (@BryanOnion) Linda D. Addison is the most joyous, playful writer I’ve yet encountered on this list. Her works are funny, horrific, grotesque and farcical … Continue reading

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Block and delete: Navigating safe spaces on social media

I’ve been tinkering around with a view on social media. It is this: You are under no obligation to engage with anyone you don’t want to. If you post an observation, an opinion, a confession, an emotional outpouring, even a … Continue reading

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Jonathan Franzen is bad and Erik Larson is boring

I’m trying to figure out what it is exactly I want to get out of reading whole books. Is a book a challenge? A project? Is completing it really that important? Or is it something to draw specific information from, … Continue reading

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