Monthly Archives: August 2015

Those Elusive PIEs

Another Iris Einstein Theory I admit it. I am obsessed. It seems everything I read comes around to this. But I’ve finally sussed it and so I must share it. It’s that perennial question: Where was the homeland of the … Continue reading

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Caught Again In The Spinner’s Web

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid ventured into the Spinner’s Oracular Web with Bayen and Huat. Her intent is to spin a star, something not possible to do on her own. By spinning the star they’ll release its … Continue reading

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Demekn

Episode 2 of Alsalda Detah was surprised when Granary Master Bukarn invited the four Saramequai horsemen to share in the family’s evening meal. Not because of their clans, who rather would slaughter each other than talk. It’s Mistress Alenta: she can’t abide anything Uestin. Detah … Continue reading

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Broken

(image: www.glogster.com) A broken house and a broken life Of a broken man with a long-lost wife The springs of bed and sofa’ve sprung The stair-rods all are fitted wrong Around the table chairs are chipt The carpets all are rucked … Continue reading

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What Now, With No Ladder?

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, along with the return of Kallaren, was the unwelcome news that the hoped-for ladder could not be made. Now how is Kerrid to return to the Realm of Divinities to discover exactly what … Continue reading

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Fantasy Names

It is a cliché that character and place names in fantasy fiction should be ‘strange’. The more distant in time and space, the weirder the names. The reason isn’t hard to divine. Unfamiliar character and place names helps to set … Continue reading

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Detah

crimsonprose’s new serialised story—ALSALDA—starts here. Episode 1 of Alsalda How many times now had Detah slipped between the wood of her bed and the rough plastered wall, hips nipped and arms squeezed alongside her, and no one yet had discovered … Continue reading

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