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The Wild Hunt

Back in 1987, or maybe 1988, between Christmas and New Year’s day, my wife and I were driving back from her sister’s house in DeKalb, Illinois. 555 more words

Quasi-Hypothesis Quasi-Scientist

Image Prompt 020 Response – The Silo, a Storm, and Wings

I selected the image of the ruins for my sprint this time.  I had so much fun with it that I kept working on it too, so I expect there may be more snippets from this piece as I continue with what is developing into a novel idea. 936 more words

Writing

Star Trek - Wink of an Eye (Review)

This July and August, we’re celebrating the release of Star Trek Beyond by taking a look back at the third season of the original Star Trek… 4,892 more words

Star Trek

The Fair Feline

He whipped a rock across the pond. “Nice! Seven skips.”

I grabbed his arm, “Let’s go. We’ve disturbed them.”

“The fish?” He laughed.

I glared. “The fae.” 433 more words

Flash Fiction

Chapter 19: Rabbit Hole

As soon as I got outside, I dug my phone out of the small pocket on the inside of my shirt and checked the screen out of some very wishful thinking that I might get a signal and be able to call Grandma and Grandpa. 5,556 more words

Storytelling

A Midsummer Night's Dream with "Real" Fair Folk

Coming soon to the BBC:

The BBC is going to show a brand new interpretation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the end of May.

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Sighted Elsewhere

Chapter 18: Changeling

I had never considered myself a violent person. Sure, I’d been doing some Sim Fu and that had meant a lot of punching and kicking air and sometimes sparring partners, but that was not violence. 5,888 more words

Storytelling