Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Librarian

An unusual short story. Distraught, that’s what she was. Distraught at the very sight of this, these wicked piles of utter disorder. What had happened to cause it, this chaos? But whatever it was, it wasn’t her business to worry … Continue reading

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Possibilities.

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid met with two new Asars. One – the one riding the aurochs –  tells her of 12 ‘unformed spirits’. Could these be the 12 Asars of her dreams? And might this Asar’s … Continue reading

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Roots of Rookeri 12

Citadel Lecheni Eshe Parlan, Femella Week Ten Eshe held back in the Woolpack until the morning watch had opened the gates. Then she and Kilda ventured out. They stopped at Rams House Corner to have a good jaw. “Women!” she … Continue reading

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It All Began

The Editor “It all began when Jan met Ned.” No. Wrong. Wrong? Everything of Jan’s life had led to that moment. Ditto for Ned. Fine. “It all began when Jan was born, three years to the day after Ned.” No. … Continue reading

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Feast Fables Act II

In the last episode of Act I Kerrid asked the Spinner for direction, As Act II opens we find her, several years later, hundreds of miles west of Gushan, about to meet a most peculiar character. We Talk Of What, … Continue reading

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Roots of Rooker 11

Citadel Lecheni Eshe Parlan, Femella Week Ten “Will that be the travellers’ hall . . . or a single?” asked the man with the keys. Eshe answered without hesitation. “A single room please.” A woman with bright orange hair appeared … Continue reading

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Sacrifices and Curses

In the previous episode of Feast Fables Kerrid climbed Black Mother Mountain, a fire-cat kitten strapped to her back. Kit-Jiar, she named it, with all that implied; her intent to offer it as sacrifice. But between intention and act things … Continue reading

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