Just a couple of years ago we told you about the tradition of telling spooky tales upon a Christmas night. This time we are sharing with you something related with this. From the Valentine Wolfe newsletter: “Marley was dead, to begin with.” This is the opening to my favorite Christmas Story, Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol. […]
The Decimononic crew wishes you a Singular Christmas and a prosperous 2016!
This is not the first that The Goblin Market is featured on our blog (in fact, we are sure that you remember our fascinating interview with Aristotle Pramagioulis). When we read about ‘Year’s End’ on The Goblin Market group at Facebook, we could not help but think… what a delightful idea! And here we are, inviting […]
‘Best be yourself, imperial, plain, and true’, said Robert Browning, one of the foremost Victorian philosopher-poets. With historical settings, his poems are known for their irony, dark humor, social commentary, and challenging vocabulary and syntax. He married Elizabeth Barrett, one of history’s most famous literary marriages. A true Master said ‘Best be yourself, imperial, plain, […]
Circuncelion The Circuncelion project began with Igor Mesmer in the spring of 2004, as a side project to his band Addiction. This Basque artist wanted to distance himself from the more conventional musical lenguange in order to develop what he called ‘sound visions’. Eschara was the result, a conceptual work based on his own impression arising from a […]