Pale Fire: Four Cantos (1962) by John Shade, is a book that stuck in my mind and will not dislodge. It first appears to be a commentary on a 999-line poem in rhymed couplets for dedicated students of literature. The commentary that follows is apparently written by a literary critic, George Kinbote. If you have… Read More The Pale Fire in Nabokov’s life
“Everything is falling apart… except for my face which I’ve had lifted so many times I wear earrings on my kneecaps.” Joan Rivers (RIP) Having a face reading can throw you off balance, even when you don’t have anything to hide. You begin to recall being told as a child that that the eyes are… Read More Face Reading: a Respected Divinatory Art?