Tag Archives: Dim Shores

Things to do in October when you Dread

Here’s a few quick suggestions

The Kasturi/Files on Speculative Chic

Follow Sandra Kasturi and Gemma Files as they recap a bunch of movies.

There have been 3 so far. The Haunting, The Thing, and Midsommar. If they recap Viy and The Boxer’s Omen, it’s because I asked nicely enough.

Watch Draug, which is finally available on many streaming services after several years in production. It’s got beautiful lighting, but unless you speak Swedish, you’ll need to be in the mood for subtitles. Medieval witch horror.

Listen to some of the many episodes of the Outer Dark podcast. The latest is Female, Binary, and Queer Bodies in a Weird Space (#55) with Sunny Moraine, Craig Laurence Gidney, Damian Angelica Walters, Laura Blackwell, Zin E Rocklynn

Dim Shores has a new book available from Brooke Warra

Dig into this history of ballet in horror (and please share all your dance horror titles for literature and film).

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February Recap

I really don’t remember much of what happened. Mostly it was apartment hunting.

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Joe Pulver Fundraising

I’ve just learned that Joe Pulver is seriously ill, and looking at costly medical expenses despite insurance. While I don’t know him, many people I like speak highly of him. 100% of the funds from publication of Dim Shores‘ just announced “The Resplendent Troswoman Below” by Pulver Sr. and Edward Morris will go to the Pulvers. It’s not yet posted, so maybe sign up for the mailing list, or send an email or Facebook message if you’re interested. There’s also a Go Fund Me. Hopefully everything turns out okay.

 

 

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Cat pics interlude

I have a couple of interviews coming up – Monday and Wednesday – so cute cats will have to tide you over.

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Where did January Go?

It’s been a pretty shitty month for a lot of people, especially since inauguration. Being Canadian, I’m less impacted than lots of the people I’ve interacted with on here, but we aren’t idle up North, both in showing support for what’s going on in the US, or to ensure the same craziness doesn’t happen here, as racists have been emboldened. Combine that with some preventable issues related to my last job that are going to cost me, and this January kicked my ass. Continue reading

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