Podcasting and the Resurgence of the Oral Tradition

by Diana Koehm

A hush falls over the clearing. The hunter’s voice rings with a metallic clang. The bodies huddled around the fireplace feel the blade pierce the beast’s hide as if it were their own. Before writing, there was word of mouth. Our humble literary blog, and the larger literature scene as we understand it today, would… More Podcasting and the Resurgence of the Oral Tradition by Diana Koehm

Remembering a Sci-Fi Great

by Asiya Haouchine

“I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.” — Douglas Adams Like many great things, Douglas Adams’ life was gone too soon—today marks his 65th birthday. The humorist and novelist wrote one of the funniest, most recognizable science fiction series that has garnered a massive fan following, even after… More Remembering a Sci-Fi Great by Asiya Haouchine