Tag Archives: Edgar Allan Poe

Speed Reading

Those of us who absolutely must have something to read at all times are always on the hunt for quick reads for short trips and long waits. This infographic, created by Ebook Friendly, suggests 24 choices for 1 hour reads. … Continue reading

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Poe Comes Home

Tomorrow afternoon, a new bronze statue “Poe Returns To Boston” will be unveiled at Edgar Allan Poe Square, close to the Boston Commons and the iconic author’s birthplace. Almost 165 years to the day after his death at age 40, … Continue reading

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Terror of the Soul

This month marks the 164th anniversary of the mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe and the opening of the exciting new exhibition called Edgar Allan Poe: Terror of the Soul at New York City’s amazing Morgan Library and Museum. The … Continue reading

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Just In time for Halloween

I was browsing in the remodeled store of a local book chain and ran across some amazing new editions from Penguin that sport covers curated by Academy Award-winning filmmaker and sci fi/horror writer Guillermo del Torro. The series, which includes … Continue reading

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Disturb the Universe

This wonderful series of posters by Evan Robertson illustrates lines from iconic texts. The New York City-based graphic designer has selected deft lines from writers such as Edgar Allan Poe and Virginia Woolf and turned them into literature-inspired works of … Continue reading

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Edgar Allan Poe (via Christopher Walken)

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Edgar Allan Poe says it all…

This stunning black and white film was based on the Edgar Allan Poe quote “The boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where one ends, and one begins ?” It was created … Continue reading

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