Category Archive: Geek Lit.

Book Review: ‘Hell House’ by Richard Matheson

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No conversation about the greatest  horror writers of all time would be complete without bringing up Richard Matheson. From his literary works to his classic Twilight Zone episodes, Matheson knew how to take… Continue reading

Best Horror Authors of the Twentieth Century

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Horror has always been one of the most popular genres no matter which medium of entertainment there is. In the twentieth century readers were treated to an explosion in terror filling book shelves… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Grin of the Dark’ by Ramsay Campbell

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Acclaimed horror writer Ramsey Campbell’s novel, The Grin of the Dark, represents a host of missed opportunities. When he cranks up the creep factor this book is chilling and unnerving with the imagery… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Ghost Story’ by Peter Straub

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In the horror genre sometimes the written word has its advantages in storytelling over other mediums. A gifted author can craft words to tell a story which a movie could never do true… Continue reading

Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury Book Review

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We in the United States are now in the midst of the season of summer, as the days are longer, hotter, and filled with possibility. For many of us, we now find ourselves… Continue reading

Paranormal Authors You Should Read

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Thanks to a whole genre of TV as well as recent trends in horror flicks,that have cropped up in recent years, people all over the world have become fascinated with the paranormal. The… Continue reading

Book (Script?) Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’

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There’s something entertaining about all the online meltdowns following the release of ‘The Cursed Child’. People flipped out when they got home, opened their newly purchased hardcovers and discovered it wasn’t a new… Continue reading

Book Recommendation: In the Hand of the Goddess by Tamora Pierce

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I’ve managed to go ahead and finish reading Tamora Pierce’s In the Hand of the Goddess in less than twenty four hours, squeezing reading time in at meal times and breaks at work…… Continue reading

Theater Review: Branagh’s Romeo and Juliet (2016)

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This production was directed by Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh at the Kenneth Branagh Theater Company as part of their Plays at the Garrick series. The play runs from May through August of this year but… Continue reading

Book Recommendation: Alanna the First Adventure by Tamora Pierce

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Continuing our Perth Supanova coverage this year, I thought I’d drop in a quick book recommendation for one of the attending authors and one of my favourite writes of all time: Tamora Pierce!… Continue reading