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“Let the fairy tale begin on a winter’s morning, then, with one drop of blood new-fallen on the ivory snow: a drop as bright as a clear-cut ruby, red as the single spot of claret on the lace cuff.
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This classic melodrama of manners, filled with remarkable plot twists and unexpected humor, takes fantasy to an unprecedented level of elegant writing and scintillating wit. 750 more words
The Privilege of the Sword (Riverside No.2) – Ellen Kushner
Bantam Books, 2006
For as long as she can remember, Katherine’s uncle Alec Campion – better known in the city as the dissolute and debauched Mad Duke Tremontaine – has been waging a legal battle against her family, reducing them into tighter and tighter financial straits. 219 more words
Thank you to all those who have registered for the winter online writing classes with Jeanne Cavelos and Barbara Ashford!
There is still time to register for “Point of View: The Intersection of Character and Plot,” taught by… 469 more words