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The Doors of Eden – review

Eden is open and its doors work both ways… The Doors of Eden by Adrian Tchaikovsky, published in 2020, is the first book of his that I have read. I’ve seen his novels in the sci-fi section in every bookshop I’ve been to lately, and I finally decided to try one out (also, I think…

Pride: Aroace is A

It’s Pride Month, and that includes pride for everyone with a letter in the “alphabet soup” whether written (LGBTQIAP2+) or not (LGBT). I decided I’d write a piece about asexuality and aromanticism, my letter, A. aroace (adj/n) – both asexual and aromantic; experiencing neither sexual nor romantic attraction– the Dictionary of RaincoatGinger This is me.…

Conjuring realities and unrealities: questions and answers about dreams

Dreams are fascinating. A free immersive cinema experience, screening whatever your brain decides (or if you’re lucky and well-practised, whatever you decide). So I thought I would find answers to some questions I’ve collected throughout my interest in dreams. A bit of searching and reading, and I have something to satisfy a little of my…

Enid Blyton and the Famous Five Frozen in Time – an essay

The Famous Five are, certainly, famous. This long-suffering bunch of four kids and a dog have found a secret passage, been kidnapped, and discovered bands of smugglers virtually every school holiday since 1942. Plenty has been written about the quaint picnics and repetitive plots, but not so much I think on the subject I’m about…

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