The Victorian Librarian is now curating a multimedia collection of webcomics, music, films, games, television programmes, theatre performances, and websites. I’ll be posting links to what I’m currently reading, watching and listening to, as well as recommendations and reviews. Any suggestions very gratefully received!
Music to my ears
- The Wainwright Sisters, Songs in the Dark (2015)
- Libera, Libera: the Christmas Album (2011)
- Tori Amos, Midwinter Graces (2009)
- Annie Lennox, A Christmas Cornucopia (2010)
- Bat For Lashes, The Haunted Man (2012)
- Zaz, Recto Verso (2013)
- R.E.M., Out of Time (1991)
- Tori Amos, Scarlet’s Walk (2002)
I only post the 8 most recent albums/audiobooks (etc) here. For the full catalogue, go here.
- Gilmore Girls, series 1 (2000)
- Reign, series 3 (2015)
- Houdini and Doyle (2016)
- Pretty Little Liars, series 1 (2010)
- Dickensian (2015)
- Once Upon a Time , series 3 (2013)
- Jessica Jones, series 1 (2015)
- Gotham, series 1 (2014)
I only post the 8 most recent series here. For the full catalogue, go here.
- The Sound of Music (1965)
- Pan (2015)
- Les Misérables (2012)
- Krull (1983)
- Josie and the Pussycats (2001)
- Burlesque (2010)
- So I Married a Witch (1942)
- Adam’s Rib (1949)
I only post the 8 most recent films here. For the full catalogue and all reviews, go here I don’t review every film I watch; there just isn’t the time!
- Unshelved (if you work in public libraries, you should love this)
- Hark! A Vagrant!, by Kate Beaton
- JL8, by Yale Stewart
- Looking for Group
- PhD Comics
- Questionable Content
- Wondermark: an illustrated jocularity
- Fallen London
- Farmville 2: Country Escape (Note: Free app game on phones). I started playing this when despairing about not being able to get Tiny Death Star, and have become dreadfully hooked.
- Pottermore: my username is StoneAsh1101, and I am in the House of Slytherin. I believe that this information should allow you to make friends with my character should you so desire.
- Tiny Castle (Note: Free app game on phones)
- Tiny Monsters (Note: Free app game on phones)
Header image is of Woodville Latham’s Panoptikon, taken from the Who’s Who in Victorian Cinema website: it is a “Primitive projector, in which the two-inch film moved continuously. The first to be used for commercial film shows in 1895. Later (as the Eidoloscope) an intermittent mechanism was added”.
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