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“Sleepy Hollow” builds rich mythology

Fox’s Sleepy Hollow premièred last week to rave reviews. Like its predecessors Grimm and Once Upon a Time, Sleepy Hollow offers an interesting spin on an archetypal story. The town of Sleepy Hollow was a small valley in the settlement … Continue reading

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Inconsitencies I have known.

Consistency. It’s something writers strive for in their work, especially with respect to setting and character descriptions. For many, an error in consistency can break the narrative flow, reminding the reader s/he is immersed in a construct of reality and … Continue reading

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A Farewell to “Cult”

What’s this I hear? Cult has been cancelled and the remaining episodes will not be aired? And I was just beginning to have an inkling as to where this series may be going. Cult is, in many ways, superior to … Continue reading

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