Archive of ‘this that and the other thing’ category
I didn’t know “dark food photography” was a thing, or had a name, but it is and it does, and here is one of my favorite dark food photography instagram accounts. Thanks to Tanya for sharing the concept and the particulars with me!
Krevborna: A Gothic Blood Opera is a system-neutral campaign setting for Gothic Fantasy adventures inspired by Bloodborne, Castlevania, and Penny Dreadful. I don’t play RPGs, but this makes me really rethink my stance, because it sounds freaking amazing. And it’s by my friend, the brilliant Jack Shear! And if that stunning cover art looks familiar it’s because it is from the hand of the very talented Becky Munich.
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Magical Objects: On The pleasure and longing associated with storied possessions
† The All-Time Best Burns Of New York Times New York Times book critic Michiko Kakutani
† Meet the Woman Teaching ‘Financial Domination’ to the Masses
† Excerpts from Lana Del Rey’s Upcoming Book of Spells
† Sleep paralysis: How a deep-sleep glitch can conjure the boogeyman
† Christina Mrozik: Metamorphosis, Quietus, and In-betweens
† Beam me up, Gucci! New campaign inspired by vintage sci-fi
† 12 eerily beautiful photos from Kat Von D’s all-black flower garden
† Why Story Matters in Video Games
† Junji Ito’s Horror Manga is Getting an Anime
† How To Decorate Your Apartment Like A David Lynch Project
† In Defense of Imaginary Friends
† The American Eclipse of 1878 and the Scientists Who Raced West to See It
† Night-Time At The Roadhouse, An Ever-Growing Playlist With A Twin Peaks Vibe
† What If Disney Princesses Wore Comme des Garçons?
† Self-Care Tips From Yoko Ono
† David Lynch’s Heroines Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before
† Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium: Forgotten Treasure at the Intersection of Science and Poetry
† A Horror Buff’s Great American Roadtrip
† Making Perfume From the Rain
† 11 of the Most Disastrous Vacations in Literature
† The Devil’s Farmhouse: A Maltese Ruin Steeped in Myth
† Some video games are not about narrative or conflict, but a solitary space for players.
† Going Home to Twin Peaks
† DONUT DISTURB: Get the donut-defended privacy you so rightly deserve
† The Forgotten Language That Only Women Once Knew
† Savoring the celluloid hues of colorpalette.cinema on Instagram
† How to Become a Deadly Misandrist Fairy Vampire
† Sleep Is the New Status Symbol
† Romania’s Problem with Dracula
† Ask Baba Yaga: Folkloric Advice From Taisia Kitaiskaia
† A Compendium of Shakespeare’s Plants, from Juliet’s Rose to Ophelia’s Bouquet
† Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America
† The Peril of Being Disbelieved: Horror and the Intuition of Women
† The Mushroom Hunters: Neil Gaiman’s Feminist Poem About Science
† WitchEmoji, an iMessage sticker pack for all of your witchy needs
† Shadows From The Walls Of Death
† Today’s Feminist Horror Owes A Lot To Overlooked 20th-Century Artist Carol Rama
† Debunking the Myth of 19th-Century ‘Tear Catchers’
† This Is What Victorian Ladies Smelled Like
† Horrors Beyond Belief! Should You Be Reading Emily Carroll’s Horror Comics?
† Wildly Inaccurate Myths About Spiders (Plus the Truth)
† Dystopian dreams: how feminist science fiction predicted the future
† In the Land of Giants: Communing with some of the biggest trees on Earth.
† On The Heartbreaking Difficulty Of Getting Rid Of Books
† Seven ‘wyrd’ TV programmes from 1977 – a golden harvest of folk horror
† Your Favorite All-Female Super Teams!
† Felter Skelter: Weird & Wonderful Artists Who Work With Felt
† Men Grin and Women Scream: A New Analysis of Gendered Words in Fiction
† Scary Stories Tribute Art Exhibit Is Beautifully Terrifying
† Bad Books For Bad People Episode 8: Prince Lestat in the Realms of Atlantis
† Fleeting Beauties Of Spring
† What’s That Smell? Rare Books and Artifacts From a 1906 Library
† 15 Historical Women They Should Have Taught You About In School
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