Tag: fiction

The Home and the Heart — Apart at Last

Theory meets anecdote in philosopher Emanuele Coccia’s new work....

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The Serenely Uncanny Sound of Destruction: Foster Neville

How do fake folk memories and an uncanny set of influences inform a new electronic music release? Alexei Monroe reviews Foster Neville's The Edge of Destruction on Bibliotapes....

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Unknown Hemingway Story Published for First Time

"Pursuit As Happiness" will be included in a new edition of The Old Man and the Sea, which was originally written in 1951....

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Can You Really Use Insects to Tell if A Body’s Been Moved?

Forensic entomology is more complicated than it looks on TV...

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The Lash of Lord Edmonds: Imagining the Brexit Aftermath

Gentle and lighthearted musings on the Apocalyptic Gloom which might follow Brexit...

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TV at its most cynical. The Magician’s Apprentice (Doctor Who)

Audience figures for Saturday night’s mess are the lowest ever for a Who series opener. You’d think they would have got the hint....

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Frankie had them both on the ground and bleeding in two hits.

dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”I/dropcapn my junior year I saw thirty-five fist fights. They came like some pandemic no one had ever seen, and no one knew what to do. One...

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