Where @outshine experiences a hiccup, and more than makes up for lost items:
Monday March 16:
[Quote for the Monday] “Life is a short day; but it is a working day. Activity may lead to evil, but inactivity cannot lead to good.”
[Source] Attributed to Hannah More (1745 – 1833) / British writer and philanthropist.
[Ed] Submissions statistics, week 11: 26 submissions, 14 from males, 12 from females. 3 acceptances.
Tuesday March 17:
Porcupine Tree frontman’s solo début; no real surprises, but wide palette of sounds married to epic songwriting. Try listening in the dark.
[Ed] *Exasparated sigh* Now I hope @PaulGrahamRaven ‘s review does *not* disappear in cybernirvana. I was sure I posted it yesterday.
Wednesday March 18:
Weapon factories filled with silence
withdrawal of desert violence
defense funds poured into education
brought a golden age to our nation.
[Bio] R. Schuyler Devin: a writer who prefers to walk halls of his own imagining rather than the dark alleys of his past. Join him @rsdevin
Thursday March 19:
[Ed] Attentive followers noticed there was no #Spitballs review March 5. Making amends with two reviews: one by Lucius, one by someone else.
[Ed] Two reviews of the same movie. To make things more interesting, I will reveal who was the reviewer of each review tomorrow. Enjoy…;-)
Flawed heroes investigate noir whodunit in alternate timeline 1985. Nuclear war looms. Graphic novel translated into smart slick sick flick.
This film plays like a half-ass tour of a wax museum devoted to the source material, with a lame soundtrack of Golden Oldies to match.
Friday March 20:
[Quote for the Friday] “Good writing is like a bomb: it explodes in the face of the reader.”
[Source] Nuruddin Farah (1945 – )/ Somali novelist, playwright, and teacher/ Sardines.
[Source] Ernest Hemingway (1899 – 1961)/U.S. writer/Acceptance speech, Nobel Prize in literature.
Saturday March 21:
[Ed] To mark the beginning of Spring, a Saturday Night Special Extravaganza: Kierkegaard reversed, an abstract trilogy. Experience!
Living forwards with bigger memories—the past became too hard to understand, and so we opened out ourselves—in tomorrows of present purpose.
A suicide explodes, but this time the free world gave way to the open world.
Our future distributed the past among our presents openly, and enough for everyone, even for those longing to perfect the world.
[Bio] meika lives in Tasmania and no longer writes for humans. twitter.com/meika .
Sunday March 22:
A twisted and funny upending of X-Files styled alien conspiracy stories, with snappy writing, oddball characters, and cheerfully mean art.
[#ShineComics] GROOM LAKE #1, script by Chris Ryall, art by Ben Templesmith; IDW, 2009, $3.99 .