Black Clover Manga takes a new sales milestone

Black clover ‘s manga has reached another impressive sales milestone! Yuki Tabata’s original manga series recently celebrated its sixth anniversary in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine with the fact that it had finally passed over 12 million copies in print. That seems like a much lower number than expected given …

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Poet Joy Harjo: ‘Remake Our World’

Speaking to the graduates gathered in person at Smith’s Indoor Track and Tennis Center for Smith’s 143rd start on Sunday, Harjo shared some of his poetry, touching on the themes of connection, gratitude and healing. “Let your moccasin feet take you to the encampment of the keepers who knew you …

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my love of literature during lockdown

4 min read32 min I want to use my newfound love of literature during lockdown to inspire young boys to read. Unprecedented times call for unprecedented action, at least that’s what they say. There I was, like the rest of us, thrown in the middle of a pandemic. So what …

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EPIC Poetry Group: Poet’s Corner – Secrets, What I Saw, Rebirth

Here is the latest opus from Poet’s Corner, presented by EPIC Poetry Group based in Edmonds. SECRETS Contemplate a poemon secretsand how they hold usbreathless, sometimes sadbut above all responsibleby their force. I host an old secrethidden deep insideso painfulI can hardly breathe.Personal, my version of disgraceand I want to …

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a study of the sea in Irish literature

For James Joyce, it was “the snot sea, the sea which constricts the scrotum”. For others, it’s the great brackish depth, or Davy Jones’ trap. In Greek, it is the thalassa from which the study of the seas derives: thalassography. Joyce envisioned writing a novel about the sea when she …

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