There are many reasons why I reviewed Monalisa Foster’s* book Pretending to Sleep*, readers. This article details one of them. If you want to learn more about the other motivations I have for looking into the subject of Communism, then click the review link here. Learn more through the link below: The 1941 NKVD Prison … Continue reading Dark Days in the East….
A poor comparison, perhaps – the Grinch ought to be insulted to be associated with the Soviets. Still, it makes the point clear. And yes, the Soviets really did try to stamp out the celebration of Christmas. Along with their forebears in the French Revolution and Reign of Terror, they did their utmost to erase … Continue reading The Red Grinch
The atrocities committed by those holding power in Communist regimes fill a number of books. It is hard to grasp the final tally of the dead slaughtered by these tyrannical governments; most of us blink and stutter to a stop when told the number murdered during Stalin’s or Mao’s reign over the U.S.S.R. or the … Continue reading Review: Pretending to Sleep: A Communism Survivor’s Short Story
I have three major announcements to make today, readers. First, as you may or may not have heard, Superversive Press was compiling a series of anthologies centered on the nine planets of the Solar System (plus the sun and the moon). Unfortunately, Superversive had to cancel the series after releasing only five installments in the … Continue reading Bulletin: The Planetary Anthology Series Returns!
Have you ever heard the story of how the Northern Lights came to be? It is an old myth, with many variations among northern peoples. If an artist chooses to recast one or more of these tales he has several adaptations from which to pick. An ancient Finnish fable was selected for the video you … Continue reading A New Form for an Old Myth