I was fifteen. You were four. I taught you drama in a Scarborough community centre. You were surviving neglect.
I spent the rest of the morning feeling as though I was trying to be in twenty places at once. Shadowing one person, let alone four, is an unexpectedly sweaty business.
Right tool for the right job in the right hands? Anything is possible.
I instantly stole my heart! What a fascinating world that Andolfo has put together!
Books… and movie nostalgia!
Their tongues will burn, I thought, as though they had eaten fire. Their throats will burn when the words come out and in their bellies they will feel a torment hotter than a thousand fires.
This Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic reboot is, in her words, author Jordie Bellaire’s “love letter” to the original series.
As part of my Grimm Project, I have been slowly going through the original Grimm’s tales and writing my own re-imaginings. The motivation behind this is not only that I love a haunting fairy tale, but that I want to consider the added layer of darkness inherent to these stories because of tropes and conceits…
I knew I’d never see my family if I were captured; we wouldn’t be reunited at the school. I had to get down from this tree safely and keep moving. Mitch had sacrificed himself so I could live, so I had to live. It was the only thing left I could do for him.
What’s the point of having a voice if you’re gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn’t be?