"Literature" Blogs & Blog Posts

Psychedelic Press UKPsychedelic Press UK

Reviews and research into psychedelic literature

 
Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

creative writing

 
Clarissa's BlogClarissa's Blog

An academic's opinions on feminism, politics, literature, philosophy, ...

 
Planting WordsPlanting Words

My life as a gardener of words...

 
Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 
Satisfacciones de esclavoSatisfacciones de esclavo

Aproximaciones a esa forma de proporcionarse placer que es la literatura y ...

 
Trevor CookTrevor Cook

politics, international relations, literature

 


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Net Galley Review:"William Logan has succeeded in bringing the past to life in his poetry collection, "Dickinson's Nerves, Frost's Woods." Logan allows us to step into the lost world of the poets. He guides us through the pages of verse to experience...

Guest: Irina Meier on Boris Savinkov and Russian revolutionary terrorism. [spp-player]...

Marking the end of Keats's life and the beginning of my new project - a book about Keats and the places that influenced him. Continue reading →...

Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll 1832-98) was born in a NW English vil­l­age, third child of Rev Charles Dodgson. As the fam­ily grew to in­clude 11 children, Charles told stor­ies to his siblings, made up games and wrote magazines with them.

The women’s suffrage movement in Britain had been fractured in 1903. This was when Emmeline Pankhurst led a break­away group from the Nat­ional Union of Women’s Suffrage Societ­ies, arguing that it had become too content waiting for male appro...

When I met my Czech born boyfriend (now husband) in 1969, I thought I better read some Kafka, listen to Dvořák and Janáček, and eat palač­inkas. It all worked well, except for the Kafka. Now the German sch­olar Reiner Stach's excellen Bio...

Rodrigo de Borja was born near Valencia in 1431; he was the son of a Spanish noble fam­ily who lived comfortably in the court of Aragon. The family did even better when Alonso de Borja, Rod­rig­o's uncle, was made bishop of Valencia. Later the ver...