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The Prince Who Fell from the Sky, by John Claude Bemis - book review by Fred Patten.

Submitted by Fred Patten, Furry’s favorite historian and reviewer.

The Prince Who Fell from the Sky, by John Claude Bemis.
NYC, Random House, May 2012, hardcover $16.99 (259 [+ 1] pages), Kindle $5.98. 860 more words

Furries

Chapter 2.4

I’m awake before the sun rises. That’s not unusual anymore, but not for a lack of trying though. Since everything fell to shit in back in July, I haven’t gotten a full night’s sleep. 1,292 more words

The Stars Seem So Far Away - Margrét Helgadóttir

I’d like to introduce you to Norwegian-Icelandic writer, Margét Helgadóttir, whose first book, The Stars Seem So Far Away, has just been released through Fox Spirit Books. 1,043 more words

Writing

THESE DEAD LANDS: IMMOLATION Concept Art II

I think it’s coming along. Wondering if it’s too tight for text along the top, though. :)

Writing

ENDWORLD #5 DAKOTA RUN BY DAVID ROBBINS

Copyright 1987.

Geronimo is feeling somewhat confused after being betrayed by the Flathead’s in the last book. He decides to take some time off and heads out into the wastelands of South Dakota to contemplate life. 209 more words

Post Apocalypse

Weekend Writing Warriors #106 - Revenant (Part 146)

March already, and with it the southern hemisphere moves to autumn. Like the relentless march of time I continue my relentless continuance of Revenant. As always, these 8 sentences carry on immediately from last time. 112 more words

Writing

In days past on

In the morning the sky would be a tender green hue
that reminded me of me mums pea soup
I would watch the clouds real fluid like… 382 more words

"Poetic Cultivation"