A Pause

For those among my regular-ish readers, I’m sorry for the lack of updates recently, and I regret to say that there probably won’t be any substantial updates again for a few months.  In late August, I started my senior year of college, and between a full course-load, having to write my senior portfolio, and trying to have a social life, I don’t anticipate much time to blog.  This isn’t to say that I’m putting this blog down or anything; I just don’t have much time in my life at the moment.

To hopefully appease some of you, I do have a few links, though.  The first is a magazine article from a while back about, as the author puts it in the dek, “Swordsmen and Sorcery in West Philadelphia.”

Second, a pair of links I discovered recently which relate to one of my earliest posts on this blog, the exploration of abandoned and unseen places.  Infiltration is the “zine about going places you’re not supposed to go.”  It was founded by a young Canadian man (now deceased) who went by the name Ninjalicious, and there is a nice little interview with him, circa 1998, done by the Philadelphia Citypaper.

I hope you find something of worth somewhere in those links or elsewhere on this site.  Thanks for reading, whether you’re new or old.  Hope to see you here again when I have time to devote energy to this project again.

H. B. B.


About Hilary B. Bisenieks

Hilary B. Bisenieks (Biss-en-yex) n. 1. An author of fact, fancy, and opinion based out of Philadelphia. 2, A recent graduate of the Creative Writing program at Warren Wilson college. 3. A man often found wearing a kilt and a top hat, regardless of all but the most extreme weather. View all posts by Hilary B. Bisenieks

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