Hello, unicorns. This week’s News Bites have more entertainment stories than usual, but some weeks, maybe we need that. First though, let’s get into more serious matters:
Since it’s close to Halloween, I thought I would share this morbid little tidbit about Sir Edward Burne-Jones’s fellow Pre-Raphaelites, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Elizabeth Siddal, and how he had her grave dug up so he could get the book of his poems that he had buried with her. Read More Crosspost: The Exhumation of Elizabeth Siddal
My life is exploding and my dogs haven’t been on a walk in 2 weeks. This is temporary and they’re just going to have to suffer with me. Sometimes you aren’t going to be the ideal pet parent and that’s okay. Read More Good Enough Pet Care
Eva Leigh begins with a promising start to her new Wicked Quills of London series with its first installment, Forever Your Earl. Leigh takes us from the finest houses to the poorest slums of Regency London in this delectable treat of a book. Read More Book Review: Forever Your Earl, by Eva Leigh
Lots of explosions this week. There were things that exploded in Fafner Exodus, Heavy Object, K Return of the Kings and the new Gundam show. No explosions in Owari no Seraph, but we got a lot of screaming instead. Read More Weekly Anime Review
Welcome to another week of news! Read More News in Asia
It’s been no secret here on PMag, or anywhere else, that I really love movies. Read More Lunchtime Poll: What Movie Genre Are You?