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September 3, 2010 2 Comments

Your Summer Reading List: 10 Lovecraft / Cthulhu Mythos books

Since getting a Kobo ereader, I’ve been doing a lot more reading on my train ride to work (as opposed to staring creepily at cute boys or practising German, which probably isn’t a good thing) and I’ve been happily delving into the world of short fiction anthologies. I can read a story in one train […]

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July 26, 2010 0 Comments

Linking Horn: 26 July 2010

Shane Blay of the band Oh, Sleeper wrote an interesting piece over on Metal Injection about Why Mid-Level Artists Cannot Make Money. He calculates each band member makes around $13 a day on tour, which, while it’s a profit, I guess, it’s not going to pay your mortgage. This was very eye-opening for me, to […]

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June 14, 2010 2 Comments

The Grand Guginal: the Theatre of Horror

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Grand Guginal If you happen to own or rent the Tim Burton Sweeney Todd film 2 disc edition, you might notice a little incongruous documentary titled “Grand Guginal: A Theatrical Tradition“. If you’d watched it, you’d probably be well aware of the connection between Sweeney Todd and Grand Guginal – once a tiny French theatre […]

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May 18, 2010 0 Comments

Linking Horn: 18 May 2010

A quick Linking Horn today. I am snowed under with work and it is cold here and I am still sad about Dio. WebUrbanist continues to be one of the few blogs who post something I’m dying to read every single day. Here’s 10 Most Amazing Ancient Objects of Mystery. The most mysterious thing I […]

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May 10, 2010 1 Comment

Linking Horn for 10 May, 2010

We have just got back from dropping my mum off at the airport. Had a lovely weekend with her – a big group of friends got together to have Mongolian for dinner and then see a local theatre group perform Terry Pratchett’s Maskerade as a theatre play. It was hilarious, as is expected of Terry […]

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