Monthly Archives: October 2016

Some Brief Skitterings on Caitlín Kiernan’s Silk

I’ve been spending these past two weeks working my way through Silk, the first novel written by acclaimed dark fantasist Caitlín R. Kiernan. It’s rather appropriate I chose this month to take the plunge; according to Kiernan herself, she started … Continue reading

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Safe As Houses: Anatomy

Before I begin, I’m afraid I must announce that this will in all likelihood be my last entry for Spooktober 2016. The way the month was scheduled, everything for the blog needed to be written over the last two weeks … Continue reading

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Being Taught Through Feelings: Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines

For someone who’s played his fair share of video games, I am not well versed in the intricacies of role-playing games. I suppose it’s a matter of temperament; I color inside the lines and play within the straight and narrow. … Continue reading

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