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Book Review: Keith Buckley – ‘Scale’

Book Review: Keith Buckley – ‘Scale’

by Chris Giacca So who knew that Every Time I Die’s singer and lyricist extraordinaire, Keith Buckley, had the beating heart of a novelist in him? Honestly, anyone familiar with them – and more importantly his stature as one of the finest lyricists to grace the...
Book Review: The Luminaries – Eleanor Catton

Book Review: The Luminaries – Eleanor Catton

Love, murder, convicts, gold, whores — Eleanor Catton’s The Luminaries (2013) had it all. Set in late 19th century New Zealand, in a town called Hokitika, the story begins with Scottish lawyer Walter Moody accidentally walking in on a secret meeting between a number...
Film Review: Wonder Woman

Film Review: Wonder Woman

By Scott Daniels What is there to say about a movie that isn’t awful? In almost all cases, not a whole lot. In fact, many a review has fallen by the wayside simply because this reviewer can’t find enough to praise or (much more likely) complain about....
Oceanographies

Oceanographies

By Chad M. Horn Off-shore distress signal: alone, adrift Clinging to makeshift raft, avoiding sharks Empowered to navigate current shift Aiming her flare gun, red-sky-at-night sparks Nautical night noises of mermaid harks Overhead: feathers of seabirds flapping...