Tag: literature

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Guest Blog: My Thoughts on ‘Jane Eyre’

I recently wrote a guest blog for Charles French’s series on the U.L.S., or Underground Library Society. I picked Charlotte Brontë’s ‘Jane Eyre’ as my novel. If you’re interested in giving this a read, check out what I wrote on the masterpiece here. Feel free to contact French if you’re interested in potentially contributing a piece as well. Also if you’d like to read … Read More Guest Blog: My Thoughts on ‘Jane Eyre’

Victorian Monsters

Originally posted on Andrew McDowell:
I’ve always been a fan of horror fiction, and every October I watch scary movies all month long. During my first semester at St. Mary’s College, I took a Freshman Seminar called Victorian Monsters and Modern Monstrosities. Professor Jennifer Cognard-Black introduced us (we came to be known as “Marvelous Monsters”) to six archetypes. With each we read a corresponding literary classic:…

Working title – ‘A Magpie Sings’ – a reading from the #WIP — Frank Prem Poetry (Blog Share)

I decided today that I was overdue for a reading to camera. The longer I don’t do one, the easier it is not to do one. I’ve read a handful of poems from the current work-in-progress this morning, and, as rough as it always is, with me, I did enjoy it. I find that the […] Working title – ‘A Magpie Sings’ – a reading … Read More Working title – ‘A Magpie Sings’ – a reading from the #WIP — Frank Prem Poetry (Blog Share)