Monthly Archives: March 2004
This week’s Wednesday Whatevers.
“The surprisng claim that The Fisher King makes and, I think, proves is that the old motifs of myth and romance work, move and persuade audiences who have no previous knowledge of them, because they are, if not true, then … Continue reading
A collection of interviews with the great artist/filmmaker/comedian/etc.
by Barb and JC Hendee Sequel to Dhampir, which I read before the switchover to the new server. I”ll get a link to my review of that up when I get the old entries up.
Wow, the last book.
This is a great series. Really.
Antwon has a new post up. Grab a beverage of your choice, kick back, and enjoy another Twonnish piece of brilliance.
You are a freeform writer. Individualistic with asense for the different and challenging, WaltWhitman and his poetry lacking meter and rhymeis just what the doctor ordered. You’re quickto write something that the rest of the worlddoesn’t accept as poetry, quick … Continue reading
Ack! I’ve turned into a real girly-girl. Not only did I buy a tackle box to hold my nailpolish and makeup, but… … I have so much it didn’t fit. And this is not a small tackle box.