By the time this book was completed, its author, Vegas Tenold, had spent six years living among extreme white nationalist groups in America.
Anais Nin was an American, twentieth century author, born in Neuilly-sur-France in 1903. Both her parents were artists. Her father was a Cuban pianist and composer. Her mother was a classically trained Cuban singer of French and Danish descent. Nin is most well known for her journals and erotic literature. Nin was a product of the Surrealism Movement in art and literature which was “... a means of reuniting conscious and unconscious realms of experience so completely that the world of dream and fantasy would be joined to the everyday rational world in an absolute reality, a surreality.”
Under the artful direction of Matt Palmer Calibre is a British film shot among the beautiful scenery of the Scottish Highlands. Its official outing happened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2018. Shortly thereafter, it debuted on Netflix in the horror genre.
If you don’t know about “house music,” you may need to ask somebody!
While living in Atlanta, I regularly attended meetings of the Atlanta Death Café (ADC), which were held almost monthly at the famous Oakland Cemetery. People are easily spooked by the subject of death. As a result, I try and not broach the subject unless it comes up in conversation.
In the 21st century, homelessness is rampant in most major cities of America. It exists on a large scale and can be easily seen no matter where you go. Take Seattle for example and I write from experience. Here it is a lifestyle that is overt, monotonous, and dismal and that is putting it mildly.