(From Illustrator KERBY ROSANES)
Here at Quirk we’ve spent the week scouring the internet for the best bookish, geeky, and crafty links. Whether you are looking for the cutest author pets on Instagram or dessert recipes for your slow cooker, we’re sure to have something to make your day a little brighter.
For those who may be suffering from a post-St. Patty’s day hangover, time to turn down the brightness on your laptop and phone screen, lower the blinds, put on sweats, and if you’re at work, we sincerely hope you make it to 5 PM. In the meantime, let these book characters teach you how to beat the hangover woes.
We've been rounding up our favorite fictional squads this past month in honor of Women's History Month, and you know we couldn't pass up the opportunity to pull together a dream league of extraordinary lady superheroes. (Bonus points for all of them coming from different comic book imprints too!)
It is the moment we have all been waiting for: Nashville returns tonight! While you are popping popcorn in preparation for tonight’s drama, check out these book recommendations for our favorite characters.
The soothsayer’s “Beware the ides of March” from Shakespeare's Julius Ceasar is one of the most famous lines of prophesy in Western literature. Aside from Oedipus and Macbeth, there are tons of ominous warnings, especially in the fantasy genre where prophecies are the reigning method of foreshadowing. While the prophecies themselves might be well-known to even casual fantasy fans, you might not know the fan theories that percolate from them. So, soothsay, I say, and let’s do this thing.
(Warning: spoiler warnings and conspiracy theories ahead!)