By Jovan Stipić Since the last chapter, I’ve heard feedback suggesting more focus on Lord Byron and less on myself. I wasn’t keen on the idea, but those who support my writing remind me that sharing my thoughts with you, dear reader, is perfectly okay. I have to give them credit – they’re truly fantastic.
By Jovan Stipić Hello there, dear reader! Have you been looking forward to my next piece? I bet you have, just as I’ve eagerly anticipated your return. After all, what’s a writer without their dedicated audience, or an audience without a reliable writer? But enough about me, you’re here for our dear Lord Byron.
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By Jovan Stipić Funnily enough, it wasn’t the general public that adored this macabre horror story and the creature that gave it the name, but Lovecraft’s peers and friends. We had already mentioned Bloch of the ‘Psycho’ fame, but Lovecraft became friends with several other important figures of literature.
By Jovan Stipić Lovecraft had written fiction before, but until 1917, nothing that even hinted at the worlds he would create for the remainder of his life. “Dagon,” tells a simple story of a shipwrecked sailor trapped on a mysterious island filled with ancient ruins that whisper of horrible deeds done in the name of […]
By Jovan Stipić “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown” ― H.P. Lovecraft In his short 46 years of life, he managed to inspire generations of future writers, directors, and storytellers. His influence is so great today that you might be […]
By Jovan Stipić I’d rather sing one wild song and burst my heart with it, than live a thousand years watching my digestion and being afraid of the wet. -Jack London John Griffith London, widely known as Jack London, was born on January 12th, 1876, in San Francisco, California. His unmarried mother was Flora Wellman, […]
By Jovan Stipić Fantasy is a necessary ingredient of living. It’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. – Dr. Seuss Theodor Seuss Geisel was born in 1904 to Henrietta Seuss and Theodor Geisel, German immigrants from Massachusetts who owned a very successful brewery. Even from his early drawings, […]
By Jovan Stipić In our previous blog post, we focused on the real-life events that inspired “To Kill a Mockingbird”. Following in those footsteps, we will turn our attention to another book with a fascinating backstory, “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. Just in time to celebrate 154 years of her finishing the book.