Ransom Riggs, author of this month’s Friday Book Club pick, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Unusual Children, has these helpful tips should you be looking for a mad science project, or just a simple way to destroy the world. Don’t try this at home, kids.
An Earth-honoring religion rooted in science
love knows no boundaries, so why should a novel?
Recipes for Literature, A Literary Food Blog
A Multicultural Perspective on Steampunk
Exploring one hundred years of women in science fiction and fantasy literature.
Paper and Salt attempts to recreate and reinterpret dishes that iconic authors discuss in their letters, diaries and fiction. Part food and recipe blog, part historical discussion, part literary fangirl-ing.
The Journal of Poorly-Explained Phenomena
Celebrating the Diversity of Women in History
Where Geekdom, Love, and Politics Embrace
The adventures of a redheadedgirl as she barrels her way through law school and the rest of her life
Indulge- Travel, Adventure, & New Experiences
The daily journal of a puppeteer and SF author.
A Library of Literary Interestingness
READING MURDER BOOKS AND TRYING TO STAY HIP