A new week means it’s time to harvest the best bookish, geeky, and crafty links that the internet has produced. Be amazed at gorgeous paintings on an unusual medium. Try your hand at some Super Mario macramé. Sob uncontrollably at a Wicked reunion. But most importantly, make sure to have the best week ever!
It used to be easy to read as a Goth. Find a classic piece of creepy literature by Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker or H.P Lovecraft and you were golden. The options have gotten much more interesting than that over the last few decades. We at Quirk are providing a look at some of the modern masterpieces of dark fiction which should be carried around in the backpacks of all Goths in schools across the United States.
Actually, this coming Sunday is Arthur Conan Doyle's birthday. But it's a good day to remember his famous creation. One reason the consulting detective remains popular in the 21st century is that his approach to crime-solving was ahead of its time. Here's a review.
Sometimes we use the closest thing we can find as a bookmark: receipt, clothing tag, chocolate wrapper, that thing that broke off of something we can’t remember… But some book genres need their own bookmark! In this case, we found ourselves wanting a creepy bookmark as we were reading My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix. So we did what any horror loving bibliophile would do in the middle of the night in their PJs: We went shopping online while singingThe Addams Family theme song.