You know you have made true celebrity status if you come in Pot Belly form. Con…

You know you have made true celebrity status if you come in Pot Belly form. Congratulations, Mr. Poe.

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Edgar Allan Poe, celebrated master of the mysterious and macabre, was born in Boston in 1809. Orphaned in early childhood, his first book was published anonymously at the age of 18. In 1832, Poe moved to Baltimore to live with his aunt and cousin, Virginia Clemm, whom he married in 1836. After Virgi…

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Interesting reading!

Interesting reading!


Interview with author M.J. Rose SEDUCTION
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It is my pleasure to introduce and welcome author M.J. Rose and her Gothic time-slip mystery Seduction. The story takes place on the windswept British Island of Jersey. Rose's prose is filled with …

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Gracious! Amazon is offering Mrs. Poe on Kindle this weekend for half off. Barne…

Gracious! Amazon is offering Mrs. Poe on Kindle this weekend for half off. Barnes & Noble is making the same offer. Share with your friends for extra karma points. Thanks so much for your support, dear ones!


Mrs. Poe
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A writer and his demons. A woman and her desires. A wife and her revenge . . . Inspired by literature’s most haunting love triangle, award-winning author Lynn Cullen delivers a pitch-perfect rendering of Edgar Allan Poe, his mistress’s tantalizing confession, and his wife’s frig…

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Ralph Fiennes, I adore you. I was picturing your Heathcliff from the BBC Films…

Ralph Fiennes, I adore you. I was picturing your Heathcliff from the BBC Films "Wuthering Heights" as I developed my Mr. Poe. There is no actor who better captures the darkness and light within a character than you.


In 'Invisible Woman,'Ralph Fiennes explores Dickens' private life
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"Dickens is an institution," says Ralph Fiennes, noting how little most really know about cultural touchstones they take as familiar. When he talks about directing and starring in a story about England's most celebrated novelist, however, one sees the draw dark complexity can hold for him. A world o…

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If you have any doubt whether Poe loved Francis Osgood, check out this poem that…

If you have any doubt whether Poe loved Francis Osgood, check out this poem that he wrote to her in 1845.

Happy Birthday, Edgar!

To Frances S. Osgood | The Works of Edgar Allan Poe | Edgar Allan Poe | Lit2Go ETC
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Poe, E. (1903). To Frances S. Osgood. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe (Lit2Go Edition). Retrieved January 19, 2014, from http://ift.tt/1e41zRn

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