Posts Tagged: autumn

Endless Preparation: Apples and Women’s Work

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It makes sense to me that Johnny Appleseed, a man, would travel God’s earth spreading his profligate seed. And then women are doomed to their lives trying to make that seed into something useful.

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This Week in Short Fiction

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Autumn is the season of change and, some say, death, as the leaves turn, the air cools, and the nights lengthen. Likewise, Halloween is not just a holiday for costumes and candy but also, at its untouched roots, a day for remembering loved ones passed. So, fittingly, the quarterly online literary magazine Psychopomp, named for […]

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Song of the Day: “I Start To Run”

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The arrival of chillier weather means that the joggers among us may need some encouragement to meet our goals. But even the exercise-averse will appreciate the driving mania of White Denim’s single, “I Start To Run.” The Austin, Texas-based four-piece showcase their impressive rock chops in this energizing track off their 2009 record, Fits. It’s […]

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Morning Coffee

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I don’t know if anyone has noticed this yet, but it is Autumn. The bitter lapse into everyday life. Wayne Levin’s haunting underwater photography. How to convert old factory buildings into rad Spanish art musuems. Impromtu musical from Improv Everywhere. (warning, german text!) Gerry Canavan points us to UFO 54-40, the only Choose-Your-Own-Adventure novel with […]

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