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  • Meg Simpson
  • March 18, 2016 12:23:48 AM

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A personal blog on gaming, travel and fiction. The author lives half in China and half in the US.

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Book Review: Astrid Sees All

Basically all I do in pandemic isolation is read books and sometimes write about them. Astrid Sees All tells not just Phoebe’s story, but all about the clubs and drugs and adventure of Manhattan in the eighties.  This is a great … Continue reading...

Basically all I do in pandemic isolation is read books and sometimes write about them.

Astrid Sees All tells not just Phoebe’s story, but all about the clubs and drugs and adventure of Manhattan in the eighties.  This is a great setting, but telling so many stories leads to the kind of overfull and meandering plot that gets novels labeled that backhanded “ambitious.” There’s just so much crammed in, including a storyline about missing girls in the village. I thought the constant references to the Missing posters were heavy-handed reminders of all the dangers awaiting young girls in Manhattan, and I was totally unprepared for the resolution of that plot. Actually, that sums up my feelings on most of the book. Whenever I thought something was leaning too heavy-handedly symbolic, there was a dramatic, surprising twist.

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Lovecraft Country

The Lovecraft Country book has the same characters I liked in the show, but with more scifi nerdery, more character development, more of a subtle creeping horror and less bloody-body-parts horror. Continue reading →

Spoiler: The Lovecraft Country book is so much better than the show.

The book has the same characters I liked in the show, but with more scifi nerdery, more character development, more of a subtle creeping horror and less bloody-body-parts horror. There’s a constant, mundane threat in daily life under segregation, and it’s used to make all the dangers and supernatural horrors frightening and intense. Also, at the risk of a mild spoiler (I hope it’s not too much of a spoiler to discover that a character can die in an HBO horror show?), there is a person who dies in the show who doesn’t die in the book. I can’t say any more without spoilers, but basically every scene that I wasn’t into didn’t happen in the book, and every relationship that I wanted to explore was developed in the book. I felt like I was reading my own Lovecraft Country fanfiction.

Full review is on my book blog.


The Virtual Teaching Seance

@lisarina6 Zoom meeting or Seance??? ##fyp ##foryou ##foryoupage ##teacher ##teacherlife ##teachersoftiktok ##2020 ##virtual ##zoom ##google ##school ##facts ##reallife ##true ♬ The Creepy Music Box (Psychological Thriller / Horror) – Film Music Experience From WorkBro, who probably needs a new name … Continue reading...

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Zoom meeting or Seance??? ##fyp ##foryou ##foryoupage ##teacher ##teacherlife ##teachersoftiktok ##2020 ##virtual ##zoom ##google ##school ##facts ##reallife ##true

♬ The Creepy Music Box (Psychological Thriller / Horror) – Film Music Experience

From WorkBro, who probably needs a new name since we don’t even work together anymore.


Ghosts of Night School Past

Boston’s early voting began at 11:00 this morning, so I was in line outside the polling station at 10:40. We’d requested mail-in ballots, but they mysteriously haven’t arrived, and I’m not taking chances with the fake dropboxes and the mysteriously … Continue reading...

Boston’s early voting began at 11:00 this morning, so I was in line outside the polling station at 10:40. We’d requested mail-in ballots, but they mysteriously haven’t arrived, and I’m not taking chances with the fake dropboxes and the mysteriously delayed mail. The line was already out of the school and down the corner when I got there, everyone masked and 6 feet apart.  Poll workers counted off how many people could enter the building to stand in other masked, distant lines, roped off from the school.

You don’t have to show ID to vote, but the shortest line was the one to have my license scanned without my touching the scanner or the poll worker touching my license, and the shortest line is extra important now that being indoors with other humans is a good way to catch the plague. Then I got a sterilized pen to mark my ballot and a sterilized glue stick to seal it. Then I voted for the guy who kinds sucks but isn’t a literal white supremacist, dropped my ballet in the box, and handed my marker and glue stick back to be re-sterilized, careful the whole time not to accidentally stand close to anyone.

My local polling station is in the school where I taught ESL night classes last school year, until we went home for a few weeks of online classes last March. When I used to get to work about 5PM, there’d always be little kids getting picked up from aftercare. I think a scout troop met there too, and at least one crafting class. There was pretty much always a bake sale in the lobby, and always something to chat about in the school’s main office.  I mean, I don’t want this to sound idyllic, I was usually in the main office using their copier because because the night school’s copier was broken again, but still. It was a busy, friendly community school.

The adult ed office is right off the gym/auditorium/general community space that’s used for voting.  Of course I couldn’t just go in, it was closed off and there’s no casual visiting in covid anyway. But I know that just off the voting area, behind the locked gate, there are a couple sets of vocabulary matching cards that I left on my desk in the before times.


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Imposter Syndrome In Covid Times

Some of the complete insanity with online classes this year has actually been good for my impostor syndrome. Instead of worrying that I’m secretly no good at my job, that I was hired by accident, everyone else is breezing through … Continue reading...

Some of the complete insanity with online classes this year has actually been good for my impostor syndrome. Instead of worrying that I’m secretly no good at my job, that I was hired by accident, everyone else is breezing through while I struggle, and all the other bad-brain worries, instead I feel more like no one could possibly be good at this, so whatever!

No one could possibly be good at hacked-together online teaching, dodging technical failures from all sides, often using the cheapest options possible, receiving new rules at the last possible second, while the entire country is living through pandemic and economic stress, so under the circumstances, I’m not worrying about not being very good at my work.

Oh, no, my bosses are gonna figure out that I have no experience, no training, and I don’t know what I’m doing! What if they discover I’m basically winging it in online classes?

Not today, imposter syndrome! In covid life, NO ONE has any experience and everyone’s winging it! I’ve been preparing for this my entire career.


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