RAGWEN’S MEADOW

April 14, 2015

My friend Ragwen lives in a small grotto next to the tiny stream running under that green grass there. Ragwen is a a meadow sprite I’ve known for years. She tells great stories about her adventures in other dimensions.

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EGG

April 5, 2015

egg

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THE INTRUSIVE DAFFODIL

April 1, 2015
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A SENTENCE BY FLANN O’BRIEN

March 28, 2015

The Pooka MacPhellimey, a member of the devil class, sat in his hut in the middle of a firwood meditating on the nature of the numerals and segregating in his mind the odd ones from the even. Sure, ’tis just a taste of the prose poetry in At Swim-Two-Birds

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HERE COME THE FUZZ BUDDIES

March 20, 2015
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READY OR NOT, HERE I COME

March 18, 2015
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A SENTENCE BY DANIEL FUCHS

March 7, 2015

Like a thread of chewing gum a child stretches in idle play from her mouth, the state road picked its dainty way through the hills. That proud sentence is from Summer in Williamsburg.

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SNOW LION?

March 1, 2015

Maybe March will be the month of the snow lion at Lake Tahoe.

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SLED

February 28, 2015

Long about 1952 in Denver, Colorado the loon flung himself down a hill again and again until exhausted on one of these.

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RUTH PLUMLY THOMPSON

February 23, 2015

Say hello to Ruth. Hello, Ruth. After L. Frank Baum died, Ruth was chosen to carry on with the Oz stories, and so she did, turning out an Oz book a year through the 1920s and 1930s. One of her tales, The Gnome King of Oz, was a particular favorite of mine when I was […]

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