Books and Tea for the Cold Early Spring

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man of good fortune probably doesn’t read enough, but probably drinks a lot of caffeine. Switch your coffee pot off, put the kettle on, go to your local library and snuggle up. Here are five books and five accompanying teas to keep you sane as the days continue to stretch on and on and on, as … Continue reading Books and Tea for the Cold Early Spring

Literally Epic: How to Strengthen Your Poetry’s Rhythm and Flow

Villains, monsters, heroes, bloody battles, dramatic scenery, and beautiful women who don’t do too much. Shockingly enough, that’s not a description for the current blockbuster action film, but a description of one of the oldest existing epic poems written in English: Beowulf. Maybe you read it once in high school, or in your first English class in University or College, maybe you listened to a … Continue reading Literally Epic: How to Strengthen Your Poetry’s Rhythm and Flow