Jaxonpool  • Lusk reviews “The Girl On A Train” • River Whyless, Two Door Cinema Club, Courtney Marie Andrews, KT Tunstall • Tuesday 10/18/16, 631 

#timtebow #sportspickle #thegirlonatrain #RiverWhyless #TwoDoorCinemaClub #TheLevity #GoanDog #CourtneyMarieAndrews #KTTunstall

p2-copy“If Tim Tebow can heal the sick, why is he selfishly spending his time playing sports?,” from SportsPickle, Oct. 12 ⇓

“Do not neglect the gift you have, which was given you by prophecy when the council of elders laid their hands on you. — 1 Timothy 4:14 ….” Continue reading


Jacksonville in The Early 1970s – Jacksonville History, from The Jax Left, Oct. 15 ⇓

ALT LINK: Jax Left


August’s List: River Whyless, Two Door Cinema Club, Courtney Marie Andrews, KT Tunstall, The Levity, Goan Dogs, ⇓


pic4 copyAugust’s List    Fundraising thru ♬ for the DLC in Jax FL • Catfish & the Bottlemen, Operators, Band of Skulls, Sturgill Simpson, Augustines, On an On, The Lumineers, Silversun Pickups, Band of Horses, Miike Snow, Chvrches, etc. •  Watch & listen


Lithgow copyLetters from Lemule Blogiver

“Dear Times Union editor . . . read


Crawley2The news with Violent Crawley

“The world is what it has become . . . read


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Jax by Jax 2016: Nov. 12, 3-6 p.m. (with after party and book signing.) 12 venues will feature 24 writers. Festival goers may begin the afternoon in whichever venue they choose and are encouraged to listen to as many writers, in as many venues, as they wish. Read more


pannedNew: “”The Girl on the Train” fetishizes drab, miserable women, goes nowhere interesting from there.” (Oct. 15). Panned Review, by Jacob Lusk. Film reviews by a Jacksonville movie-reviewing fiend and English teacher.Read


OnTheBlinkNew: “October Interview: Spark, Startle, Enlighten!” (Oct. 17). On the Blink, by Emily Michael. Considering how my light is spent. Blog posts, music reviews, and published articles from a blind writer, musician, and Jacksonville English instructor. Read


fictionfix copyFiction Fix begins the celebrations of its 15th year by announcing its demise. Edited and staffed largely by UNF alums and students, the journal has relentlessly published excellent stories and visual art for a decade and a half. Its editors and staff, its overlord and masked advisor, are delighted to sing its swansong in 11 fabulous new stories accompanied by the remarkable artwork of Dimelza Broche. Fiction Fix, Issue 17



Mudlark, edited by Dr. William Slaughter. This is an electronic journal of poetry and poetics. Dr. Slaughter is Professor Emeritus of UNF’s English department. Read


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