Zombie Crawl paints the town blood red

Zombie Crawl paints the town blood red

Downtown Denver became Halloween central as low moans, growls and shuffling feet replaced the usual hustle and bustle on Oct. 7 along the 16th Street Mall. Hordes of people attended Denver’s 12th Annual Zombie Crawl, decked out in their finest gore, blood, scars, gashes and peeling skin.   Designed as a way to kick off […]

Dark Fantasy at Comic Con – C.R. Richards Interview

Dark Fantasy at Comic Con – C.R. Richards Interview

Dark Fantasy author C.R. Richards is interviewed by Not So Sufferin’ Sapphos correspondent Kaitlyn Gartling. The duo discuss her transition as a journalist to author, her new book The Obsidian Gates and the dark fantasy genre. Listen here for Richards’ innermusings about Denver Comic Con 2017 and beyond. Edit to the podcast: Richards said she […]

Marine mammals get a lending hand from the community

Marine mammals get a lending hand from the community

[soliloquy id=”64573″]                 SAUSALITO, Calif. – The sound of a dozen rambunctious, hungry seals fills the observation deck of the Marine Mammal Center’s sprawling landscape. Children race up to the railings, pressing their squirmy bodies against it, eager to get a look at the oil-slick bodies flopping below. […]

A Sanctuary in Burning Man

A Sanctuary in Burning Man

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Bright colors, sweltering heat, a euphoric atmosphere. This is the climate of Burning Man. The festival, held in Black Rock City, Nevada, is designed as a social experiment for the community. Participants create a faux utopia and practice such virtues as self-reliance and preservation, all while producing art. California may seem like […]