A Pop Sonnet for the Day the Music Died

Today is the day the music died. On February 3rd, 1959, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson were killed in a plane crash.

And here's a spin on the classic song—Quirk author Erik Didriksen's sonnet version of "American Pie" by Don McLean. True skill. 

“2 Great 2 Expectations” and Other Charles Dickens Sequels That Never Were

The Old Curiosity Shop II: Curiosity Never Dies

Dick Swiveller is trying to put his life together after the events of the first novel, but he’s haunted by the ghost of his fiancé—literally. Some souls are too good to stay dead, and so is Little Nell now an extra-dimensional presence only Swiveller can see.

Quirk E. Cat Advice Column #5: Aesthetic? What aesthetic?

Editor’s Note: In an effort to keep Quirk E. Cat from napping at his desk, we have assigned him to Advice Column duty. We apologize in advance.

The Latest Headlines From OzFeed

Here’s some of the hottest headlines from Wonderful Land of Oz’s most popular website, OzFeed!

The Many Moods of Neil Gaiman's Hair

Neil Gaiman's hair is almost as magical as his writing. That's why we here at Quirk (who are BIG fans of Gaiman and his whimsical locks) have dedicated this blog post to Gaiman's hair. But wait! We've taken it one step further by pairing the many moods of Neil Gaiman's hair with a book.

Presenting "Mirrer," The Wonderland Dating App

It’s hard to meet someone in Wonderland. The bar scene is practically non-existent, and good luck meeting someone at a tea party or an outdoor croquet game. Luckily, the new Mirrer dating app makes finding a partner as easy as falling down a rabbit hole. Check out these attractive profiles:

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