"Literature" Blogs & Blog Posts

Clarissa's BlogClarissa's Blog

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

 
Psychedelic Press UKPsychedelic Press UK

Reviews and research into psychedelic literature

 
Trevor CookTrevor Cook

politics, international relations, literature

 
Calvin's BlogCalvin's Blog

Blog of illustrator, cartoonist, comic book artist, author, animator and se...

 
Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 
Scribble City CentralScribble City Central

Multigenre UK children's author Lucy Coats blogs about books, mytholog...

 
Satisfacciones de esclavoSatisfacciones de esclavo

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

 


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In my Gap Year programme abroad in 1966, there were 13 English speakers and 110 Spanish speakers, so I had to learn enough Spanish to survive. And quickly! The reward would be that eventually I could travel around South America and would be shown the...

My poor neglected blog – again. There are no excuses, but there are reasons, this time anyway. My mum died two weeks ago now. The funeral was less than a week ago and frankly, it is all still too raw … Continue reading →...

Three men believed that aviation could benefit the outback commun­ities of rural Queensland. They were Hudson Fysh (1895-1974), Paul McGinness (1896-1952) and Fergus McMaster (1879-1950). Based on their air force experience in WW1, McGinne...

Edith Newbold Jones (b1862) grew up in a privileged Massachusetts society that barred women from achieving any­th­ing other than a suit­able marr­iage. Her education was limited since she never went to a prop­er school or univ­ers­ity, an...

So I saw one of these "Be a better writer..." ads pop up on my newsfeed recently. Maybe I was tired and my mental defences were low, but I read the first paragraph. The key thing, this short story expert was telling me, was that a story HAD to hav...

The Dutch and Portuguese had dominated Euro­pean trade with the Subcont­in­ent during the 1500s. England (then Britain from 1707 on) was a late-comer to Asia. After Vasco da Gama discovered a sea-route to Asia in 1498, the Portuguese established f...

To Sleep by Keats and its relevance to those of us having trouble sleeping in the 21st century Continue reading →...