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A Conversation with Ethan Day and Geoffrey Knight

Ethan Day and Geoffrey Knight are authors and, as of a year ago in April, the publishers of Wilde City Press.  Ethan, a resident of Missouri, is the author of books such as… 3,659 more words

Six questions with Vivek Shraya

Toronto-based Vivek Shraya is a creative chameleon, garnering critical acclaim and success as a musician, writer, performer, and filmmaker. I had the chance to read with Vivek recently… 950 more words

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I finally got around to posting a sample of my academic work over at Academia.edu. The paper is “I Like Detectiving Almost as Much as Writing:” Detectives Gertrude Stein and Alice B. 212 more words

Book Review

Lughnasadh Literary Issue

~ in the fading summer sunlight, winter wheat shines golden ~

we’d like to thank our lovely contributors for sharing their words and voice with us.   1,232 more words

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Quests and Other Such Adventures, by Jean Kari

1 August 2014 ~ Hyacinth Noir’s Lughnasadh Issue
Post II ~ Quests and Other Such Adventures, by Jean Kari

Learning about Lughnasadh, which I’m still trying to pronounce, felt akin to attending my family reunion and discovering that my new best friend is my second cousin twice removed. 

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R + M = Love, by Lore Lippincott

31 July 2014 ~ Hyacinth Noir’s Lughnasadh Issue
Post I ~ R + M = Love, by Lore Lippincott

While ‘R + M = Love’ might look like a strange algebraic equation, the R is for Robin, and the M is for Merlin. 

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