Category Archives: Poetry & Plays

June reads 2017

Bitch Planet Triple Feature #1 (comics, fiction) This is three short stories that take place within the universe of the main Bitch Planet series. I really like getting snippets of people and stories outside of the main narrative in dystopias, … Continue reading

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May reads 2017

Slowly slowly being able to read more… Bitch Planet #10 by Kelly Sue DeConnick & Valentine DeLandro (comics, fiction) It’s impossible to spoiler-free review a series as it gets further down the line, so I’ll just say, as usual, that … Continue reading

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Richard III by Northern Broadsides @ Hull Truck

I’d never seen or read the play before, but I really want to see this because Richard III is such an interesting character and they cast Mat Fraser as the lead. You probably recognise Mat Fraser from the London Paralympics … Continue reading

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Best books of 2016

2016 was an odd reading year for me. I read 59 books, which is roughly average for me, maybe slightly below, but I seemed to read a lot of ‘okay’ books but not as many great ones. For some reason … Continue reading

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December reads 2016

Grief is the Thing with the Feathers by Max Porter (poetry/novel) Not really a poetry collection or a novel, but more something in between – it is a novel fragmented as life is fragmented by grief. It doesn’t always make … Continue reading

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Grief is the Thing with the Feathers by Max Porter

I wouldn’t call this a poetry collection, but it’s not really a straightforward novel either. It’s maybe best described as a novel in poetry form. Maybe? This is a book about grief. It centers on a dad and his two … Continue reading

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September reads 2016

September was a Month of Many Things. I felt like I didn’t read much because I also played a lot of DS (pokemon and Zelda), had the flu for week (do not recommend), and made a video for the #MillionsMissing … Continue reading

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