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Philosophy graduate, literature enthusiast and lover of all things artsy, bluesy, jazzy and poetic.
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Category Archives: Gothic
If you’re wondering why my posts have been so morbid lately, the short explanation is that I’m working on a BA dissertation on Gothic fiction and the grotesque and the abject are on top of my mind as a result … Continue reading
My weekend trip to Paris funded by a poetry competition award is coming up! I’m hoping for a chance to read poetry at Spoken Word Paris and Shakespeare&Co. as well as visit Père Lachaise Cemetery for Oscar Wilde, Marcel Proust … Continue reading
It’s been a year and a day since my first blog post on There’s Always Some Sort of Blues. I started off as a lonely book nerd,* expecting to have little else to blog about than book reviews and maybe … Continue reading