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In case anyone here doesn’t know, I’m pursuing a master’s degree with the Mythgard Institute at Signum University. This is a totally online institute that offers courses in fantasy, science fiction, and medieval literature for students and auditors. Things are … Continue reading
‘Cold War,’ though not without flaws, is far and away the best Mark Gatiss episode since ‘The Unquiet Dead,’ all the way back in series 1, eight long years ago. Taut and claustrophobic, it works beautifully in that tradition of Gothic science … Continue reading