My husband, Obo is a high school teacher. Lately, he’s been teaching AP Psychology, but his background is in history. And with his background running camps, experiential education programs and his love of the outdoors, he’s the perfect fit to advise his school’s Outing Club. I don’t usually join the Outing Club on their adventures [...]
I had a really unusual (but fun!) day Saturday at a tattoo festival… I went to the trouble of journaling about it, but while I don’t have a problem with giving my personal perspective on many of my posts here, this one really isn’t related at all to anything else that I usually post on [...]
How weird is this??? I found it at the state park during my tracking program last week… Part of the Wordless Wednesday meme.
I’m pleased to say that Withywindle Books is now a distributor of Weirdbook! If you’re not familiar with it, Weirdbook was a publication that for several decades (the issues we carry start in 1978 and go through 1995) produced dark fantasy, horror and weird fiction short stories, poetry and art by such authors and artists [...]
I was thinking about the classifcation of ‘weird fiction’ the other day (because I do these things) and tried to come up with a satisfactory definition for myself. For me, it falls into the ‘I know it when I see it’ catagory, but that didn’t do anything for trying to come up with a working [...]
Anything with the word ‘odd’ in the title usually captures my attention. Just stumbled (very belatedly) across four collections of “Ten Overlooked Odd Speculative Fiction Classics” via the SF Site. Added a bunch to my reading list (assuming I can find them).