"Literature" Blogs & Blog Posts

Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 
Planting WordsPlanting Words

My life as a gardener of words...

 
Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

creative writing

 
Trevor CookTrevor Cook

politics, international relations, literature

 
Scribble City CentralScribble City Central

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

 
Clarissa's BlogClarissa's Blog

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

 
LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 


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It’s a new year, so it’s time to add some new books to your shelf, too. January brings a bumper crop of science fiction and fantasy, with a little bit of horror thrown in for good measure. After all, who knows what lies ahead for 2017? We certain...

Choti i found reference to this book and have ordered it, i thought you might love to read the blurb. I loved your description of Jekyll and Hyde, sweetheart, i never thought of the book that way. It is a fascinating book and we all have a Hyde insi...

It's no secret that 2016 has been a rough year, as we lost many cultural giants, from David Bowie to Prince to Gwen Ifill to John Glenn to ... well, it's a hell of a list. But what makes 2016 sting all the more was how deep the losses were. While we...

Once a rural hamlet on the edge of New York, Groenwijck was a Dutch neighbourhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan, later renamed as Greenwich Village. Thanks to Parn­as­­­sus and Ephemeral New York, I am particularly interested in this small...

My illustrations for this, the third in my series of ‘Poetry for Christmas’ posts (see the previous two posts for #1 and #2) are deliberately used to pose a question that confuses many of us. Is it Santa Claus, closer … Continue rea...

“In Memory of Charlotte Nicholls,” the plainly printed, black and white memorial card from 1855 reads. The card, which is included at the end of the Morgan Library and Museums’s exhibition, “Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will,” is almos...

There’s something strangely strange about moving into an odd(ly normal) year, a feeling which started like the gentle flap of a butterfly’s wings in 2011, and is now whirring into a psychedelic storm – the return of the brilliant bi...