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Apr.13.2014 - 12:39 pm
  There are movies and there are films. Granted some movies incorporate elements of film and some films resemble movies. Also there are those efforts that lie somewhere in-...
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Apr.04.2014 - 5:50 pm
TWISTED BOULEVARD contains twenty-seven original tales of urban fantasy, ably edited by Angela Charmaine Craig, evocative design by Seraph B., stunning cover photography by...
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Apr.02.2014 - 10:22 am
  Paper Crow, Volume 3, Issue #1 Spring/Summer 2013     Paper Crow, an all poetry print publication from Electrik Milkbath Press, is edited by Angela Charmaine...
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Mar.07.2014 - 10:10 am
  Taking their inspiration from such wildly diverse sources as Mary Shelly’s FRANKENSTEIN, Charles Dickens OLIVER TWIST, and the rise of the Third Reich, the duo of Jeunet...
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Comments from Paul

Apr.19.2013 - 12:09 pm
In response to: Review: “Shades of Darkness - Six Mysterious Tales of the Paranormal”
Barbara,   So happy to have performed that service. Wharton's tales are definitely the best of the lot....
Aug.12.2011 - 11:59 am
In response to: Kurt Vonnegut – Writing 101
You are too kind, Luke. I hope you enjoy Imprint, should you arrive there. As for Vonnegut, I suspedct he had enough of...
Aug.12.2011 - 8:22 am
In response to: Kurt Vonnegut – Writing 101
It sounds like the perfect paint-by-the-numbers list if your audience is comprised of: 1. Addicts—always wanting more...
Aug.04.2011 - 12:11 pm
In response to: hunting lesson
Your description of the vixen and her kits is ever so graceful, loving, without a hint of maudlin anthropomorphism. It...
Jul.21.2011 - 5:48 pm
In response to: Twitter Has No Clothes---Guest Blog by Janet Asteroff
And then again, perhaps, it is just a simple matter of Sweets for the sweets, that grand old saw. You know, like maybe...