Why is the fall so great for reading and writing?
I have now written 100 posts for the blog and that feels pretty good!
The witches from Macbeth know evil when they see it…and they also know how to rhyme like crazy. Let’s take a look at Act IV, Scene I of Macbeth!
Shirley Jackson’s masterpiece (other than The Lottery) tells the tale of a group of people looking for answers through paranormal means. Join us as we take a look!
It wouldn’t be October without Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark! Let’s take a look!
A brief recommendation for a spooky novel about family and cannibalism.
We are taking a look at some evil books today, both real and fiction.
I have been reading Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and this poem popped up and immediately attacked me with childhood nostalgia. It’s so creepy, so weird, and oh so great.
“The Conqueror Worm” is an excellent poem and has all the right amounts of irony (a little bit of satire) and weirdness to make it one of Poe’s best.