Paul G. Tremblay creates gut-wrenching worlds that make you question what you believe. In A Head Full of Ghosts, he took the arena of reality TV and family drama and mixed it with psychological horror to make you question what's real. In A Cabin at the End of the World, he does it again, with... Continue Reading →
The relationship between church and state is an interesting one, but when you aren’t part of a heteronormative world, it becomes a major obstacle to worship or serve your country. It’s no secret that many faiths don’t accept the LGBTQ+ community, and when worshippers are openly gay, they are often shunned. This dilemma is highlighted... Continue Reading →
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