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Tag Archives: Green Man Review
Originally written in 2010 for The Green Man Review. But felt like posting it again today, as I’m still in shock from the news of his sudden passing. May he rest in peace, with the knowledge that he made a … Continue reading
From this week’s edition of The Green Man Review. Read the original post here! Lately, sea salt is in everything I adore. Caramels, brittle, toffee, peanut butter cups. And, of course, chocolate bars. When I was given a bar of … Continue reading
Read the original HERE at The Green Man Review! I love books. I love music. I absolutely adore beer. And when the cool breezes start to blow, I need hot chocolate. It’s a requirement around here. So when I got … Continue reading
Originally published in 2007 at Green Man Review; read the repost HERE at The Green Man Review! Though I’m itching to edit the hell out of this 10 year old review, I’ll leave it sit as it is…was. Whatever. Unlike … Continue reading
Head here for the original piece at The Green Man Review! Alrighty, Sookie fans that think they’ve got every single thing The Mighty Harris has written about our girl. I can almost hear you thinking “Wait, what’s new here?” Seriously, … Continue reading
Elsewhere Review: Gross and Altman’s “Slayers & Vampires: The Complete Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Buffy and Angel
Read the original piece HERE at Green Man Review! Published just in time for the 20th anniversary of BtVS (whoa), this collection of comments, anecdotes and deep thoughts is obviously a treasure trove of delight for fans of the Whedonverse. But it’s … Continue reading