E.J. Hagadorn

Author, traveler, and artist, I like to visit the places people write about, and write about the places I visit.



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The Disappearance of Agatha Christie
2 months ago
By 1926, Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie had already made a name for herself as a mystery writer. Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, featuring Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, had been t...
Lovecraft in Anime
4 months ago
When people think of the works of H.P. Lovecraft, they often think of mind-bending imagery, and unearthly beasts with tentacles. When people think of anime, they often imagine the same thing. If you’r...
Utterly Weird Books You Should Definitely Read
4 months ago
Not every book is a simple progression from beginning to end. Not all words are what they seem at face value. Between the covers of a book (assuming the book even has covers) anything can happen, and ...
Short Story to Big Screen
5 months ago
It's remarkable that a few words on the printed page, no longer than your average term paper, can be the cornerstone of a blockbuster film. Sometimes we find the movie before the story, sometimes the ...
Lights, Camera, Nevermore!
5 months ago
The works of Edgar Allan Poe have struck many a chord with filmmakers over the years. There are plenty of professionally made, studio-produced films based on Poe's stories, and they do all right in th...