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Thin Place

Here there are no clear lines-

then is now, now is then; dead, alive,

that world and this. All wrapped in the hiss

of heather and gorse, dun in secret moorland light, 23 more words

Poetry

Thanks Everyone!

Yesterday I did go beyond counting readers of The Fireborn on the fingers on one hand to two, then all of my toes, and ended up needing that abacus I talked about ;)  The rankings did spike for a while – I was #8 and #5 in Arthurian Legends in UK and Canada respectively for most of the day.  380 more words

Fiction

Fantasy Reads: `A Castle of Bone'

This week I’m recommending a story which begins with a pig bursting out of what should be an empty cupboard. It makes for an unforgettable opening page and yet Penelope Farmer’s “A Castle of Bone” is no longer as well known as it should be. 1,082 more words

Book Reviews

Welcome To Pebble Beach

Wherein the glorious Celtic hero Oisin, having eloped to the land of eternal youth with Niamh the Unbelievable, briefly returns home in order to retrieve his favourite toothbrush, whereupon he finds that all is changed, changed utterly … 1,088 more words

Mermaids reposted

I have no idea why the first picture in my last post is so blurry on my computer. It’s completely normal when I look at my phone. 11 more words

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