WWWednesday: December 24, 2014

The Happy Holidays! Today, instead of doing an actual post, I leave you with this eerie illustration of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, but next week, on the 31st, I’ll be back with the mother-of-all roundups.

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Anton Pieck’s eerie illustration of Scrooge


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KATE LECHLER, on our staff from May 2014 to January 2017, resides in Oxford, MS, where she divides her time between teaching early British literature at the University of Mississippi, writing fiction, and throwing the tennis ball for her insatiable terrier, Sam. She loves speculative fiction because of what it tells us about our past, present, and future. She particularly enjoys re-imagined fairy tales and myths, fabulism, magical realism, urban fantasy, and the New Weird. Just as in real life, she has no time for melodramatic protagonists with no sense of humor. The movie she quotes most often is Jurassic Park, and the TV show she obsessively re-watches (much to the chagrin of her husband) is Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Her personal blog is The Rediscovered Country and she tweets @katelechler.

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One comment

  1. Look at those shadows! Atmospheric.

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